WWE Superstar Seth Rollins was recently interviewed by ESPN to promote Sunday's SummerSlam. During the interview he was asked how he deals with fans who confront him in the ring, which actually nearly happened on Monday's WWE Raw. He commented:
"You just have to assess the situation quickly. It's live television. You know, obviously the promo becomes secondary. You have to make sure you're safe, that he's safe, or she's safe if it's a woman that jumps in the ring, um, but you just got to make sure that everything's kosher, and then, you know, try to go on with the promo and match or the story or whatever you're trying to do there. So you just got to take a step back for a minute and make sure that everybody's cool."
On how he continues, he added:" You know, I'm a professional. I've been doing this for a long time, so for me it was kind of easy just to -- once I realized what was happening -- to kind of flip the switch and go back into promo mode. So it took us out of the moment for a second, but you flip the switch and you're right back in."
To read the full ESPN interview with Seth Rollins, click here.