Despite appearing at "WrestleMania" for only the last three years, Seth Rollins has already made a name for himself at the event. Unfortunately for the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, he won't be able to continue his legacy at "WrestleMania 32",at least not from an in-ring perspective. But with both of his former Shield brethren in marquee match-ups, it's almost certain that The Architect will show up.

Seth Rollins has been fast-tracked to one of the top-tier positions in the WWE, not unlike Randy Orton or Batista a generation before him. He's still young enough, however, that WWE could very easily drop the ball after he returns from injury.

But in the end, what can we learn from Seth's still-young "WrestleMania" history?

What follows is the next offering in a series of "WrestleManiaRésumé" articles in which we take a look at a current or former WWE Superstar's history at "WrestleMania"(such as The Undertaker, The Rock, Daniel Bryan and the WWE Divas Champion), and what that might tell us about that (or a similar) competitor at "WrestleMania 32"in Dallas.

'WrestleMania' record

After inserting himself into the finale at "WrestleMania 31", Rollins is the only member of the now-defunct Shield that has four matches on record at "Mania", boasting a record of 3-1. Of course, his matches at "WM29" and "WM30" were Six-Man Tag Team Matches as one-third of The Shield, and they had no trouble securing those victories.

In singles action, Rollins channeled his inner Bret Hart for "WM31", as he wrestled and lost a singles match in the undercard before going on to win the biggest prize in the industry before the night would end.

Title matches

Rollins is batting a thousand with a 1-0 record when it comes to title matches at "WrestleMania." Forcing a Triple Threat Match at "WrestleMania 31" with an assist from his Money In The Bank briefcase, Rollins took the WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Brock Lesnar before Roman Reigns had the opportunity.

Main event matches

Rollins has never been advertised for a main event at "Mania", but that didn't stop him. When he crashed the main event in San Francisco, it was arguably the biggest swerve of the year— and a great way to close the show.

Worthy competition

The list of opponents that Rollins has racked up at "Mania" is pretty impressive. In fact, every opponent so far will likely be in the Hall of Fame some day. Looking just at The Shield's opponents from "WM29" and "WM30", his list of adversaries includes Randy Orton, Sheamus, Big Show, Kane and The New Age Outlaws.

In singles action, he's come up against Randy Orton again, as well as Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar. It would be hard to argue that Rollins hasn't been put up against some of the very best at the most important event of the year.

'WrestleMania' moment(s)

Is this even a question that needs to be answered? The Shield matches were fine, but nothing to write home about. And while the aerial RKO that Rollins received could have been the move of the night last year, his crashing of the main event and leaving San Francisco with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship will probably go down as the single greatest moment of Seth's career.

Predictions for 'WrestleMania 32'

There's absolutely no reason to think Rollins will be active at "WrestleMania 32", but that doesn't mean he won't make an appearance. And my guess is that he'll make it clear he's after the WWE World Heavyweight Championship as soon as possible. I would expect Rollins to get some face-time with anyone who could leave "Mania" with the title.

"WrestleMania 32" airs live on the WWE Network on April 3.

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