Seth Rollins Social Media Hacked

Seth Rollins WWE Raw entrance

Seth Rollins was on the receiving end of an attack from scammers who hacked his social media and used it to promote NFTs.

With 4.2 million followers, Seth Rollins is one of the most followed WWE Superstars on Twitter.

On 23rd March, fans started to notice something was not right after a change in profile name, adding financial services as his work and numerous tweets offering NFTs for sale.

The hack placed fans at risk of being victims of a financial scam, with the use of messages pretending to be Rollins offering NFTs on behalf of The Undertaker.

Luckily the two-time Grand Slam Champion has now got control back of his Twitter account, sharing a message about how it had been a “HELL OF A WEEK”.

Seth Rollins Knocked Out On Raw

As the tweet suggests, it has not been the happiest week for The Visionary, which began with an attack by Logan Paul.

This is the second time Paul has got the better of his WrestleMania 39 opponent, with security preventing Seth Rollins from landing a top rope splash allowing the YouTube sensation to deliver a knockout punch.

With just one week left on the Road To WrestleMania, Rollins will be looking to gain some revenge on the upcoming episode of the red brand and to build momentum heading into a showcase match.

After teaming with The Miz to defeat Rey and Dominik Mysterio at WrestleMania 38, Paul signed a multi-year WWE deal in 2022 and took on Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel.

Logan Paul is not the only influencer WWE may have approached after an internet sensation appeared on Logan Paul’s podcast claiming they had been offered $20m to sign.

Rollins lost to the returning Cody Rhodes at WrestleMania 38, a defeat that set up a long-term feud between the pair until Rhodes suffered a serious pectoral injury.