WWE famous person Seth Rollins isn’t holding again about U.S. Olympian Gable Steveson, showing on TMZ to say that he would gladly take the time to coach the Olympian.
Steveson is getting some excessive publicity after he received a gold medal in freestyle wrestling on the 2020 Games.
The younger wrestler has a protracted approach to go at simply age 21, and will study a ton from Rollins, who has seen all of it on the WWE’s fundamental roster as a part of each RAW and Smackdown since debuting on with the group referred to as ‘The Shield’ again in November of 2012.
Since then Rollins has been an enormous a part of the principle roster regardless of the model or if he’s enjoying the function of excellent man or dangerous.
Right now Rollins is within the function of a nasty man on Friday’s ‘Smackdown,’ and is preparing for a matchup Saturday night within the companines annual Summer occasion “SummerSlam” in opposition to WWE Hall of Famer Edge in Las Vegas.
Rollins wasn’t shy speaking about Stevenson, telling TMZ he thinks the younger 21-year-old would make an awesome addition to the roster of the WWE.
“I mean, we’d love to have him. He seems like an incredible athlete, and decent dude. And, you know, we’ve had some luck with Olympic gold medalists before, so why not?” Rollins mentioned to TMZ at LAX in Los Angeles.
The WWE has had loads of luck previously with Olympic athletes, with probably the most well-known being former Pittsburgh gold medal wrestling winner Kurt Angle, who received a gold in Atlanta in 1996 with a damaged neck.
Angle had a decocrated profession in WWE and different promotions, and is a member of the WWE Hall of Fame.
It stays to be seen if somebody like Steveson can attain that potential, however Rollins is greater than keen to assist begin to try to get him there.