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Author: Subject: Erick Rowan and his metal shirts
salmonjunkie
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posted on 6-21-2019 at 07:46 PM Edit Post Reply With Quote
Erick Rowan and his metal shirts

WWE.com did a recent slideshow on Rowan and the metal shirts he's worn since being The New Daniel Bryan's muscle. His love for european metal, particularly folk metal, is pretty interesting. I've been listening to some of these bands today and they're pretty great.

https://www.wwe.com/shows/smackdown/gallery/rowans-heavy-metal-t-shirts-photos#fid-40358944

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posted on 6-21-2019 at 10:26 PM Edit Post Reply With Quote
I've seen interviews with Seth Rollins, and his metal/punk cred legit too. I can't think of anything offhand without doing research, but most of the bands he listed were ones that I had never heard of, which suggests to me that he's a pretty discerning ear.
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posted on 6-22-2019 at 03:26 AM Edit Post Reply With Quote
I don't recall exactly what the first metal shirt Rowan wore on TV was (maybe Children of Bodom?), but I remember thinking "hey that's pretty cool," not knowing it was going to be a regular thing with him. And as a metal fan myself, I love that he's representing every week on Smackdown.

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I've seen interviews with Seth Rollins, and his metal/punk cred legit too. I can't think of anything offhand without doing research, but most of the bands he listed were ones that I had never heard of, which suggests to me that he's a pretty discerning ear.


Yep, Rollins is definitely legit:


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