WWE Provides Update on Seth Rollins’ Condition Following Real-Life Injury

WWE Provides Update on Seth Rollins' Condition Following Real-Life Injury

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WWE has issued an update on the medical condition of Seth Rollins following a genuine injury sustained by the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

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During the main event of this week’s WWE Raw (January 15) against Jinder Mahal, Seth Rollins seemed to have suffered an injury.

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Although information about the injury has been limited, WWE has officially acknowledged the existence of concerns regarding Seth Rollins.

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In a promotion for the upcoming episode of WWE Raw (January 22) during tonight’s SmackDown, it was revealed that Monday’s Raw will kick off with Seth Rollins.

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Emphasizing that Seth Rollins will be the opening act for Monday Night Raw, he is set to ‘discuss his future as the World Heavyweight Champion.’

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Earlier reports suggested that Rollins might have a torn MCL and a partially torn meniscus, but it remains uncertain whether surgery will be necessary, with the hope being that it can be avoided.

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He is expected to be sidelined for at least a few weeks, but there is a possibility of his return in time for WrestleMania if surgery is not required.

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Additionally, the upcoming episode of WWE Raw will feature a face-to-face encounter between Cody Rhodes and CM Punk, who are on a collision course for the Royal Rumble.

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Despite not crossing paths in AEW, Rhodes and Punk share a history in the Royal Rumble, with their last encounter taking place in the 2014 WWE Royal Rumble, which happened to be Punk’s final match before leaving WWE at that time.

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