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Possible Spoiler For RAW

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Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins underwent surgery to repair his ACL, MCL, and medial meniscus tears in his right knee in November.

We’ve reported recently that Rollins has been working out in the ring at his Black and Brave Wrestling Academy in Illinois for the last few months.

There has been some of talk of Rollins returning to WWE TV on tonight’s episode of RAW. His return is not confirmed by any means but it’s a possibility as he is currently in Dallas, Texas, which is the site of tonight’s RAW. 

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  • HOLLYWOOD HOAK KOGAAN

    So Now Mega Rollins is born,huh? Or Super Seth…Anyway, doubt it happens,seems way too soon. Could be wrong though.

  • Mikey Shango #DunDunDuuunnnnnn

    If he come back to soon he might get reinjured

    • ‘Drowen Hart #NBNC ???????

      Hopefully it won’t be your fault this time lol

      • Mikey Shango #DunDunDuuunnnnnn

        It wasn’t my fault last time lol

  • xXwindsofchangeXx

    I think Summerslam’s a more realistic return date in terms of him actually wrestling. And even that’s pushing it – but he seems to be ahead of the normal schedule for such an injury, for what that’s worth. To see him make some sort of appearance tonight wouldn’t surprise me, though. He showed up for the Slammy awards, after all, and those were back in the winter.

    • Edynol

      Remember they said 5-9 months. It’s been over 5 I think, or close to it. It’s very possible for someone of his age and conditioning to recuperate on the short side of that. Cena’s done it, and Rollins is in better shape than he is imo. I know it’s not likely he’ll be wrestling in the next month, but it could happen. But at the least they could bring him back on TV in a non-wrestling role until he’s 100%.

      • xXwindsofchangeXx

        I think it depends largely on how much of the issue was his meniscus and how much was his ACL/MCL. It’s gotta be more the former because for most athletes, an ACL tear is an 8-month recovery time. I don’t see anyone remotely human making it back in 5.

        And in all honesty, I’ve always believed April-May was the time of year where WWE could let its foot off the accelerator a little bit. Usually, that’s the call-up window where new starts attempt to establish a foothold. I know WWE’s a bit desperate for star power, but if they ran WrestleMania without him, they can afford to wait another month or two to for him to get properly healed. I’d hate to see Rollins rush back too soon and get hurt again, especially the way he tends to take bumps and sell offense. (On a related note, I hope the time off was enough for him and WWE to think of another finisher for him to use, both for the sake of his character and for the sake of his knees.)

        • Edynol

          Yeah it also depends how bad the tear is. There are varying degrees. And there are also genetic factors to consider. There have been athletes recover from a minor tear in as little as five month because some people just heal faster than others. And at the same time, there have been people who take over a year to recover. There are a lot of things we don’t know. We just have to wait and see.

      • Mike

        You think Rollins is in better shape than cena. Cena was supposed to be out 6-9
        Months. He came back last night after being out three.

        • Edynol

          I’m not entirely sure Cena was that injured. They probably just said that so when he came back early they could jizz themselves acclimating how super he is. Hell I don’t even remember what he injured.

          • Mike

            He tore his rotator cuff and was out 6-9 months. Which is typical for that kind of injury. But he is so crazy when it comes to recovery he always heals early.

          • Edynol

            Torn rotator cup? Nah. I’ve had two of those. There are several varying degrees of that injury. 6-9 months is if you completely tear the tendon and render the shoulder almost completely useless. That definitely wasn’t the case with Cena as he was still able to work. The two I had were when the tendon got separated from the bone, which requires minimal invasive surgery and was completely healed in about 4 months. It wouldn’t be the first time WWE exaggerated an injury. Especially if someone has other projects they’re working, like a new FOX reality show premiering soon.

        • Mean Dean

          Human Growth Hormones and roids help the process

          • Mike

            Cena doesn’t take roids. I’m sure he uses work out subliments as I’m sure most of the roster does.

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