During an interview with ESPN, World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins revealed that his bump from the wall of the Hell in a Cell structure through the announce table in 2018 was the scariest bump of his career.
Rollins explained why he thought his career could’ve ended on that night.
Below is what he said:
“It was Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman. Brock Lesnar had come out and ripped the door off, ruining the whole match, and myself and Dean Ambrose had come out. Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre had come out, and somehow Dolph and I had been tasked with taking a big bump to save this rotten finish that the company had booked.
Why I agreed to it? I’ll never know. But my lower back is still jacked up from that. And we’re talking like years ago. So that’s the one.
I landed on the announce table. And we added a little pad on there? No, no. We’re tough, we got this. But we had wrestled a banger tag match at the beginning of the night.
Then we came out at the end so I had been sitting for 3 hours. My body had fully tightened up. I tried to loosen up as best I could, but there’s no substitute. So, we went up there cold, came down cold.
And I remember laying there just thinking, ‘This is it. I’m never going to walk again.’ It was bad. I thought that was the end for me. Like maybe I’ll never wrestle again, maybe that’s it, maybe we hang it up tonight.”
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