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Seth Rollins Talks About Being A Heel And Fans Stalking Him

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WWE Champion Seth Rollins recently spoke with The Chicago Tribune to promote tonight’s RAW taping in the city. During the interview, Rollins spoke about being a heel and how he treats the fans outside of the ring.

“I’m not mean to fans because I’m a bad guy. I’m mean to them because they’re rude. If they stalk me at the airport at 4 in the morning, don’t expect to get a picture. That’s not OK. They can’t hang outside my hotel or come to the gym and stare at me for a half hour and expect me to be like “Cool. Awesome.” My favorite thing is to just run into fans coincidentally. Today the National Car Rental guy recognized me and got so excited and wanted to take a picture. Awesome. It was a fan that happened to run into me. To me, there’s a distinct difference. Don’t get me wrong — our fanbase is super passionate and I love them, but there’s a difference between stalking me at the airport and just happening to see me.”

You can read the full interview by clicking here.

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  • Fat Owens Fat

    If you don’t like to live the life of a celebrity, maybe you should find a desk job Seth. If you cannot handle the fans who pay to see you and buy your merchandises then you’re in the wrong business. Learn from the Rock. Dude stops his pickup truck after a grueling gym session when he sees his fans running after him. If you act like a snob, you will be treated like one too. That’s what happened to CM Junk and we all know what sort of a bitter man he turned out to be.

    • Edynol

      No. Whether someone is a celebrity or not, they deserve their personal space. It is creepy being stalked after. People who do that can be dangerous for numerous reasons. Some maybe be harmless, others might try to steal something, touch him in some perverted way, etc. and that’s just fans. People who don’t like him could be trying to cause him harm in some way. There are a lot of adult fans that have issues separating fiction from reality, and not just wrestling fans. Ask anyone who has played a villain on a TV show or movie series if anyone has ever attempted to attack them in some way. 99% of them will say yes. And CM Junk was an ass to almost everybody, including children. No comparison there.

      Also, fans don’t pay to see him out in public. They pay to see him at events. They entertain us in return for our money and the obligation ends there. Outside of that, they are their own people and deserve the same treatment as anyone else, negative or positive depending on their actions. They shouldn’t be held to some higher, stricter standard than anyone else. And it’s not a one-way street. I feel the same way about celebs who get rehab time instead of going to prison like regular people just because they’re famous.

      • Fat Owens Fat

        he was talking about fans lining up to see him outside his hotel not inside his room. Its been this way for decades and he should have known better.

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