Just a few days ago, we revealed that Seth Rollins was voted the "Wrestler of the Year" for 2014 RIGHT HERE on CagesideSeats.com.
Now, he's also been voted "Breakout Wrestler of the Year."
Let's just run it back:
He kicked things off by going 48 minutes in a Royal Rumble match that lasted 55. Then, alongside Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose in The Shield, had outstanding matches at Elimination Chamber, Extreme Rules, and Payback, with Rollins playing a starring role in each one of them.
He was chosen as the one to break the group up and immediately became one of the top heels in the company who, despite Brock Lesnar winning the WWE world heavyweight championship, lived up to his billing as the future of company by ensuring every storyline seemed to revolve around him.
He engaged in a fine feud with Ambrose, won the Money in the Bank briefcase, overcame losing to John Cena, and has generally been a highlight of nearly every episode of WWE television throughout the year.
Here are the full results of our poll:
- Seth Rollins
- Dean Ambrose
- Sasha Banks
- Damien Mizdow
- Finn Balor