has a new interview up with Seth Rollins, talking about his tenure in Ring of Honor, WWE Performance Center and more. Here are some excerpts from the interview:

On wanting to wrestle a match with Triple H in the future:

“I wouldn’t mind having a match with Triple H some day, a singles match. I know that’s interesting considering our current affiliation, but there doesn’t always have to be an element of hate involved there – it could be a competitive match. He’s someone who is a measuring stick, he’s done a lot for me specifically and I’d just like to test the water at some point. I think it would be a really interesting match up. For me, he’s been an incredible mentor. You really can’t ask for a better mentor than The Game himself. If you look at what he’s done in our industry over the last 20 years and his position in the company, It is incredible. He thinks about things so differently too. You may not think that about him – a lot of people may think he’s very vanilla or cut and dry – but man, he thinks about things so differently and he absolutely loves WWE. Just loves it, it is his passion. He’s built for the role he’s in now. It’s an exciting time, I’m proud to be part of what I believe to be his WWE, the future is he’s shaping. I’m really excited to see how that goes. It’s really his time to take this step and I’m glad to be taking it with him.”

On his time in Ring of Honor:

“They’re a niche product that caters to a different kind of wrestling fan, a hardcore, underground type of fan, but they do such a great job bringing in the best talent on the independent level, because you have no choice but to get better and if you don’t get better, you’re just going to get shoved back down. So, it is one of those things where if you want to get better and you want to learn, you want to grow as a professional, Ring of Honor is the place to be. I learned so much there in three years, I would never take that back. Even if you said, ‘Let’s go back in time, we can sign you to WWE today and you can skip this Ring of Honor nonsense,’ I wouldn’t have traded it for anything.” WWE exclusive: Seth Rollins wants to take on Triple H, his ‘incredible mentor’