Strengths: Selling, Athleticism, Speed
Seth Rollins has been making the case as of late that he is WWE's best seller, gaining ground on Dolph Ziggler with every performance.
When opponents attack him, he makes their moves look devastating without overreacting. A Randy Orton RKO leaves him looking lifeless and a Daniel Bryan flying knee seems to have the impact of a tropical storm.
This trait makes Rollins' in-ring work dramatic and exciting. The same is true for his dizzying, high-flying offense.
Rollins is a thrill to watch whether he's leaping to land a kick to the head or just darting around the ring. It's hard not to notice speed like that and it's been a big part of why The Shield's matches have been so good.
Weaknesses: Size, Mic Work
When standing next to Sheamus, Roman Reigns or Titus O'Neil, Rollins has a tough time looking intimidating due to his wiry frame. Visually, he's often the underdog.
Rollins' crazed energy and high-risk offense help him to seem more dangerous than he looks, though.
His mic work is solid, but not spectacular yet. Rollins is certain to grow in the department, but for now his performances don't sound as natural as the elite talkers in the business.
In a promo on SmackDown in April, Rollins showed that he's a crisper, more emotive speaker than Reigns, but has some catching up to do to match Dean Ambrose.