Seth Rollins's recovery ahead of schedule, early return on the cards
Seth Rollins is considered to be one of the best all-round Superstars on the current roster. Rollins, who was the WWE World Heavyweight Champion, severely injured himself during a match against Kane during WWE’s Tour of UK.
Rollins damaged his anterior cruciate ligament, his medial collateral ligament and tore his meniscus while attempting a sunset flip powerbomb on the “Big Red Machine” Kane.
It was estimated that Rollins would take anywhere from 6-9 months to recover and start wrestling. Rollins never lost the title and was believed to make his comeback by Summerslam this year.
According to sources, his recovery is way ahead of schedule and an early return is indeed on the cards.
WWE recently released a video which showed wrestlers who could make a comeback at Wrestlemania 32 with Rollins name being one of them. This has generated a lot of speculation whether Rollins would make his comeback soon.
Generally, an injury such as this takes a lot of time and if Rollins indeed returns at Wrestlemania, it would be nothing short of a miracle.
After listening to his Slammy speech, it was believed that Seth Rollins would return to wrestling as a babyface which is the case most of the times. It may happen that a babyface Rollins would face Triple H at Summerslam this year – which was supposed to be a Wrestlemania 32 match.