WWE: Seth Rollins injured his knee after Samoa Joe’s attack

WWE confirmed that Rollins has injured his knee after Samoa’s ambush during the conclusion of the show.

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Bengaluru, Feb 2: Seth Rollins wanted Triple H for months and so he got one on this past week’s Monday Night Raw when the Game was back.

But, as a surprise, he was back with his new poster boy, Samoa Joe who made his main roster debut. He delivered a vicious attack on the Architect to put him down to close the show.

An injured Seth Rollins (Image courtesy: WWE Twitter)

Rollins was seemingly hurting from the brutal assault delivered. We did not know what his condition was until WWE has come up with an update regarding the same.

The official page of the company said that Rollins has injured his knee after Samoa’s ambush during the conclusion of the show. WWE doctors tested his condition and posted the following update:

"Seth Rollins’ right knee was re-injured during Samoa Joe’s ambush at the conclusion of this Monday’s Raw, WWE.com can now confirm.

"The attack occurred as Rollins was heading to the ring to finally confront Triple H, who cost The Architect a WWE Universal Championship opportunity back in August."



As you can see the knee is re-injured. It was the same portion where he suffered an injury back in October 2015 to relinquish his championship.

Due to this ACL, ACL tore he was out of action for over nine long months. Only time will how much time will he require in getting back on board.

WWE doctors have assumed that Rollins was handed the injury by Samoa but the severity of the injury was detected only after the MRI was done. They have not given any update how much time it will take to heal up.

This also might be a storyline process and the injury might not be real so that an irate Rollins can be back to seek his redemption against Triple H.

They are said to be booked for Wrestlemania match. But, all depend on the knee condition of Rollins. Stay tuned for more updates on Rollins.

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