After biding his time in Florida Championship Wrestling for a little over two years, Rollins, alongside Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns, debuted for WWE in the closing moments of the main event of on November 18, 2012.
Entering through the crowd, from high up in the bleachers, was a fine way to distinguish the act, adding an element of danger and rebellious edge.
The apparently self-filmed backstage vignettes, during which the camera would often be left on the ground following a well-spoken onslaught of threats, also felt contemporary.
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For Black, Ring of Honor was just a stepping stone to a larger league, as it is for many professional wrestlers.
Incidentally, Black was offered a contract by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in 2010, but declined because he aspired to work for the premiere wrestling organization in the United States. Even at such a young age, he was cognizant of the big picture many fans and even some wrestlers either cannot or do not wish to see.
Eventually, it was revealed that they had been paid to do Paul Heyman’s dirty work, but crucially, had no allegiance to him.
Their goal was self-service, and their pay-off to simply make their mark.
Of late, WWE has really allowed him to flourish in the ring: on the March 24, 2014 edition of , for example, Rollins was the star of a fearsome Shield contest with Jack Swagger and Cesaro.
Mixing up his usual high-spots, he delivered his dives seamlessly, raising the crowd to its feet.
The mystery deepens when an autopsy uncovers a bizarre corruption: someone had begun to mummify the professor’s body—while he was still alive.