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Seth Rollins Shares His Pro Wrestling Mount Rushmore

Posted By: Ben Jordan Kerin on Feb 10, 2022

Seth Rollins Shares His Pro Wrestling Mount Rushmore

During a recent appearance on The Pat McAfee Show, Seth Rollins was asked about his Mount Rushmore of pro wrestling picks.

Here is what he said:

“Are we talking wrestling or are we talking drawing money because those are different things. Well, in our business, which is the entertainment business, money-drawing is the biggest thing. So, if we’re talking there, you got to start with [Hulk] Hogan, [John] you got to put Cena in there, Rock, and [Stone Cold Steve] Austin. Top four.”

“In-ring, all time? Shawn Michaels, Eddie Guerrero, Bret The Hitman Hart. This is a controversial one, and he may not — Did you say Mongo? Did somebody drop a Mongo? I will not discriminate against Steve Mongo McMichael. A legend. An absolute legend, an absolute legend. Not gonna make this Mount Rushmore. But if you want to make a Mount Rushmore of former NFL stars that crossed over into professional wrestling, Mongo number one. Mongo number one, alright. Number four, controversial pick because he’s still active, Bryan Danielson, I actually think, in-ring, is one of the greatest of all time. And I think when all’s said and done, he’ll be up there with the guys."

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