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Update On Seth Rollins’ Injury

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In the main event of this week’s RAW, Seth Rollins defeated Jinder Mahal (who was accompanied by Veer & Sanga of Indus Sher) to retain the World Heavyweight Championship.

After RAW went off the air, PWTorch reported that Rollins hurt his left leg late in this match:

“Multiple sources backstage at RAW say that he was helped in the back & eventually put weight on it.

He is walking on his own, but with a definite limp & will be further evaluated to determine the severity of the injury.”

In an update from PWTorch, people backstage in WWE who would know about Seth’s injury aren’t commenting on his status, which could mean that it’s either bad news or WWE is going to turn this into a storyline:

“Connecting some dots, I am thinking it’s not good news but I don’t know how bad the news is. The reason for that is, I’ve asked a bunch of people and some of whom would likely be privy to what’s going on who won’t comment. I understand there’s internal policies on that. But I would think if he was fine and he ‘walked it off’ then we’d be hearing that.

Now it’s possible they’re gonna do a story on television because the news of Seth’s injury has gone crazy. They could be doing a storyline where they’re gonna play into that on TV and go from a situation where Seth’s knee is not that bad and play it up as if it is some sort of storyline. So I’m throwing that out there as a caveat to the hunch that I’m getting from colleagues of his and other people in WWE.

They either think it’s bad news and WWE’s gonna probably have Seth announce something on TV… or they’re just waiting for more test results to get something more definitive. But they want to control the narrative on him at this point because people who know aren’t commenting.

I just think people who do know would go ‘Oh he’s fine, it’s no big deal, blown out of proportion’ if that was the case. This is my long winded way of saying I don’t know but I’m passing along transparently from one of the wrestlers who was around him Monday night after RAW and just said, ‘I don’t think it’s good. My gut says injury. Maybe he’ll work through it, he’s tough’.

Another colleague of his said that he thought Seth, because of his history of injuries, would have had a good idea if he should finish a match with the injury and if he should be walking on it backstage.

Because he finished the match and because he was able to walk on it, that it might be one of those situations where he just needs to rest it for a few weeks. But even that wrestler wasn’t ruling out that it could be worse.”

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