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Seth Rollins: 'WrestleMania 31 win was incredible'

Seth Rollin describes his WWE world heavyweight title win at WrestleMania 31 as "the most incredible moment" of his life.

WWE star Seth Rollins has revealed that his world heavyweight title win at WrestleMania 31 was "the most incredible moment" of his life.

The former Shield member interrupted the main event between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase and pin his former stable-mate at the Levi's Stadium last month.

Speaking to The Mirror about the unexpected title win, Rollins explained just how much his first world title win in the company meant to him.

He said: "It was certainly the most incredible moment of my life. No question. That's one of the moments you dream about as a little kid so to be able to go down there and actually win was pretty surreal.

"I think the shock value and the way it all went down was definitely something that added to the moment itself and being the first person ever to cash in Money in the Bank at WrestleMania, that will go down in history forever and ever.

"I tried to make sure that WrestleMania 31 was remembered for being 'the Seth Rollins WrestleMania'".

Rollins will defend his title against Randy Orton in a steel cage at Extreme Rules later this month.

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Saturday's key events

· After silvers in both the men's and women's events, Team GB will be fancied to get on the podium again in the mixed relay (11.30pm-1am)

· Touted as Michael Phelps's successor, Caeleb Dressel already has two gold medals from these Games and he will be going for a third in the men's 50m butterfly final (2.30am)
· It is Katie Ledecky vs. Ariarne Titmus III in the women's 800m freestyle final, with Ledecky entering as firm favourite (2.46am)
· Great Britain will be heavily fancied to add another gold medal to their swimming haul, having produced by far the fastest qualifying time for the mixed 4x100m medley relay final (3.43am)

· Dina Asher-Smith is one of three British women in the 100m semi-finals (3.01am-3.20am), and will hope to challenge for a medal in what is likely to be a star-studded final (1.50pm)
· The inaugural Olympic 4x400m mixed relay event concludes with Great Britain one of the eight finalists going for gold (1.35pm)

· Team GB's dreams of an unlikely gold are still alive in the women's event as they face France in their semi-final (3.30am). The winners will face either New Zealand or Fiji in the gold medal match later in the day (10am)

· Gold medals are up for grabs in the windsurfer - RS:X finals. Emma Wilson participates for Team GB in the women's final (6.33am), while Tom Squires is in action in the men's (7.33am)

· Following his shock semi-final defeat, ending his hopes of a Golden Slam in 2021, Novak Djokovic battles for bronze against Pablo Carreno Busta (7am)
· The women's singles event reaches its conclusion with the gold medal match between Belinda Bencic and Marketa Vondrousova

> Today's schedule in full
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