Seth Rollins just changed the landscape of professional wrestling. Every summer, World Wrestling Entertainment sparks the game with a big feud or twist to the programming. Three years ago, it was CM Punk's pipebomb that shocked the WWE Universe. Last year, Daniel Bryan and Triple H combined to create a great summer of wrestling with his heel turn. Now, it's Rollins' time to shine with the help of HHH and Randy Orton. After Batista quit on Raw, there was an open spot on Evolution. Just like how the original group began, with the past, present and future involved, it is deja vu with this scenario. HHH is the wise-veteran that can play the game better than anyone. Randy Orton is the present and will most likely hold another championship before all is said and done. Instead of picking the likely choice Roman Reigns or natural heel Dean Ambrose, WWE went Rollins. His mic ability is pretty good and will get better with time. The wrestling ability is self-explanatory. He is an athletic freak that is shows flashes of a Shawn Michaels in his prime. Meaning, Rollins will put his body on line for crazy spots outside the ring and always succeeds. Combined with other elements, WWE pulled a swerve that nobody saw coming. To be candid, they made a move that was best for business. Below are 10 reasons why the heel turn benefited not just Rollins, but the WWE as a whole. Starting with no. 10, a former-Shield partner of Rollins will benefit greatly and may have to hear from the boss before it is all said and done.