Re: Is it time to admit that Rollins sucks in the ring?
His selling has always been questionable. I thought when he no-sold his 'injury' against HHH at WrestleMania was bad enough but last night was worse, it was atrocious. There are no excuses for it. You take a look at Daniel Bryan's selling against Lesnar last year. When Lesnar was hitting the suplexes on him, Bryan sold it to perfection that it worried you because you really thought he was concussed. Even Lesnar sells well. How many times do we see Lesnar put in a submission hold and Lesnar looks like he is about to tap out or after he beat AJ Styles, he was struggling to walk after the match. His selling was sooo good that people started rumours that Lesnar was injured for real but Lesnar respected Styles enough to make it look like he just got out of a war against him and AJ's offense was that good. With Seth, nothing about his selling makes you believe he is hurt or that the opponent's offense is effective. Running around, doing high flying moves, hitting frog splashes and then celebrating after the match like he just won a normal TV match. It's all no-selling the good work Lesnar did. It's not just his selling, it's his acting and facial expressions. You take a look at his match against Ambrose last year. This was build up to be this personal grudge match where Seth wanted to hurt Ambrose but when the bell rings, the match is nothing and was rightfully thrashed on by the crowd. Seth will wrestle a big PPV match the same way he wrestles a TV match because the guy's storytelling in the ring is poor.
Last edited by Oliver-94; 08-12-2019 at 04:42 PM.