Seth Rollins unveiled as WWE 2K18 cover star

Seth Rollins will grace the cover of WWE 2K18.

The two-time WWE World Heavyweight champion made the announcement Monday morning on ESPN's "SportsCenter." He joins Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, John Cena, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, and Brock Lesnar as cover stars since 2K and Visual Concepts took over the WWE licensing in 2014.

"It was an honor for me," Rollins told ESPN's Arash Markazi. "You look at some of the previous names who have graced the cover of WWE video games over the years and to be amongst those is truly an honor and I'm humbled by it.

"I'm also just excited for our generation of guys, the new generation of up-and-coming guys, to be the first of us to be on the cover. It's cool and not just exciting for me but our entire locker room."

WWE 2K18 will be released Oct. 17.

Seth Rollins unveiled as WWE 2K18 cover star
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