Seth Rollins has signed a new contract with WWE

According to a report from Fightful Select, Seth Rollins has signed a new contract with WWE, locking in his stay for several more years. The deal reportedly comes with a hefty paycheck, which has become the norm for recent contract renewals.

Sources close to the negotiations emphasize WWE’s strong desire to keep Rollins in the fold, with one insider stating firmly, “They’re not going to let him go.” Rollins himself had expressed his intention to stick with WWE back in February, showing confidence that a deal would be struck.

While there’s a feeling among WWE higher-ups that they wished the agreement had been reached sooner, the terms they’ve secured ensure Rollins will be with the company well into his forties.

In recent weeks, WWE has been busy locking in deals with other key talents such as Finn Balor and Drew McIntyre, with Damian Priest’s contract extension also grabbing attention. Although Rollins likely garnered interest from other wrestling promotions, it’s unclear if any formal offers were made outside of WWE.

Rollins’ previous contract was set to expire in June. Despite his current hiatus due to a knee injury requiring surgery, WWE included him in the recent WWE Draft, indicating their commitment to his ongoing involvement.

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