Seth Rollins addresses the Vince McMahon sex trafficking allegations and if things have changed for WWE talent

While speaking with CBS Sports Radio’s The Maggie and Perloff Show, WWE RAW world heavyweight champion Seth Rollins addressed the Vince McMahon sex trafficking allegations. Rollins started by commenting on if things have changed for WWE talent due to the situation with Vince…

“Day-to-day for us, it doesn’t. We’re so far removed as talent from that stuff. Like, it’s awful, it’s terrible, I hate it, it’s a disgusting situation but we’re so far removed from it. When we get to work it’s just like, how do we make this show the best possible show we can?

That stuff [with Vince], that’s personal stuff, that’s business stuff, and that’s so far above what we’re thinking, where our brains are out. I mean, we’re not going to do anything that’s going to impact any of that. It’s an awful situation, we are focused on what we do day-to-day. It would just be like in any other sort of other business structure, right? It’s awful and you feel terrible and you wish you could of seen it or done something, this or that, but at the end of the day, your job is your job, and that’s what we do, we show up and we try to give the people who pay the tickets to come in the best possible show we can. That’s kind of our department.” (quote courtesy of