Seth Rollins Says He Stole The Curb Stomp

Seth Rollins Says He Stole The Curb Stomp


Hi Friends welcome to C4E Wrestling News Seth
Rollins Says He Stole The Curb Stomp Seth Rollins uses The Curb Stomp as his finishing
move Rollins has used the move to win several championships in both WWE and NXT It looks
dangerous and is very believable The one he delivered to Kevin Owens on the concrete on
a recent episode of WWE Monday Night Raw was the perfect move for a heel So where did he
come up with the move? Speaking to FOX Rollins had said
I will say first of all I can’t take credit for inventing the move I did not I did not
innovate to maneuver I stole it yanked it from a Japanese legend Naomichi Marufuji He
used it to expertise for years So I took it from him and I was kind of using it as a setup
move for a long time Eight to nine years ago probably and I was wrestling Tyson Kidd T.J
Wilson a producer in WWE now I did the move to him and he thought that it was so impactful
that I should use it as my finish He thought that it was a move that I could do to anybody
at any time and it didn’t take a whole lot of setup And so I transitioned away from using
what I was using at the time into The Stomp Rollins has also used The Pedigree as a finisher
He had to find another move because his stomp was outlawed for a while Rollins said The
one and only Vince McMahon saw the highlight package and he thought that the move actually
looked too vicious for his champion for the guy representing WWE So he asked me to change
the move I was not interested in changing the move I loved it I thought it was great
super safe It was awesome But he got in his head that he wanted me to do something different
I think It really fits Rollins well now with the new heel persona Friends what are your
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