It’s time for a first FREAKIN’! look at WWE’s 2017 “Seth Rollins: Building The Architect” DVD!
You might just require an architect to build you a new DVD shelf to contain this one — it’s packed full with more than 8 hours and 45 minutes of content! Check out these exclusive photos…
“Seth Rollins: Building The Architect” presents no less than 21 of Seth’s greatest matches and moments in his career to date; a compilation of bouts taken from FCW, NXT, and of course WWE.
Extras wise, between every match on the release there is a new interview segment with “The Man” himself as he addresses such topics as: “The Shield’s Destruction”, “The Phenom”, “Dusty Rhodes”, “The Golden Ticket”, “Summer of Rollins”, “Untimely Injury”, and many more.
A 15 minute preview of those interview segments and matches is available on the WWE Network.
Unfortunately a Blu-ray edition has not been released alongside the DVD set which is in line with recent trends for WWE to only do so for the documentaries and a few of their biggest PPVs.
Thanks goes out to WDN reader Matthew Tremble for the early pick-up.
“Seth Rollins: Building The Architect”
“The Architect” has created the perfect blueprint for success in WWE with multiple championships, a massive fan base, and a plethora of incredible matches under his belt.
Now for the first time ever, hear from Seth Rollins himself as he tells his story of how he became a sports-entertainment megastar. From his time on the independent scene, to being one of the founding members of The Shield, to his WWE Championship victory, Seth Rollins gives insight on how he became “The Undisputed Future” of WWE.
Runtime Info (approx.)
DISC 1: 2 hours and 58 minutes.
DISC 2: 2 hours and 50 minutes.
DISC 3: 2 hours and 57 minutes.
Get your hands on WWE’s “Seth Rollins: Building The Architect” DVD…
– USA: NOW! Get your copy of the Seth (freakin’!) Rollins DVD right now here on Amazon.com.
– UK/Europe: NOW! Get your copy of the new Seth Rollins DVD here on Amazon.co.uk.
– Australia: TBA. Look for your chance to grab the DVD soon over at Madman.com.au.