WWE Cautious To Bring Rollins Back For 'WrestleMania' Even If Cleared

Charles Robinson

They announced that: "The full extent of Seth Rollins' injury remains unknown, but WWE can confirm that the former WWE Champion has not been cleared to compete at WWE Live Events this weekend". Rollins is now in Birmingham, Alabama being evaluated by doctors and early words is that he might miss 8 weeks of action.

\"Plus I believe that HHH vs Rollins can be a tremendous match without it having to be laden with risky moves for move\u0027s sake".

WWE rumors have been swirling on what John Cena's match will be when WrestleMania finally arrives in April, 2017and there are also speculations that he would be involved in a historic match against The Undertaker.

According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Rollins suffered a torn right MCL and he might miss a maximum of eight weeks.

This also comes just as Seth Rollins' storyline was beginning to heat up.

"This doesn't end for me until I've reclaimed the throne - and for me, fighting and defeating Triple H is the only way", Rollins added. As Rollins was coming to the ring to confront Triple H, he was viciously attacked by Joe and savagely beaten. It was during his confrontation with Samoa Joe that Rollins injured his knee. In fact, Samoa Joe has been responding to the Rollins news on Twitter completely in character, acting as if he did it on goal and making fun of Rollins' fans for being upset. Joe has been linked with a match with John Cena since late past year due to their shared history. That's assuming he can make it back in eight weeks, though; the last time Rollins injured his knee, he was gone for six months. What they got was an unexpected treat, but one with severe consequences for both Seth Rollins and Triple H. As previously reported in the Inquisitr, Rollins was ambushed by Samoa Joe, and in the ensuing brawl, Rollins sustained an injury that has potentially put him out of WrestleMania.

We'll find out more about the severity of Rollins' injury when he's examined by WWE doctors later this week.



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