Seth Rollins seemed fine on Raw

Seth Rollins appears on Raw despite injury scare from last week

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Seth Rollins made his presence felt on last night’s episode of WWE Raw by confronting Austin Theory as the two staked their claims for winning the upcoming Royal Rumble while seemingly continuing their rivalry. The multi-time world champion then posted a four-word message on social media for his fans.

Last week on the red brand, he unsuccessfully challenged Theory for his United States Championship. Post the match, fans saw him nursing what was a knee injury as he needed help walking out on crutches, putting his participation through the WrestleMania season in doubt.

However, last night, The Visionary interrupted his once protege, first appearing through the curtains with the help of crutches. However, he almost immediately stood up straight and danced his way to the ring for the promo exchange.

Post-show Seth Rollins took to Twitter to share a four-word message that hinted at him chasing every strap available. Fans await with bated breath any update on his injury status, but at least he seems good enough not to miss out for an extended period.


Will Ospreay wants Seth Rollins

Ospreay lost the IWGP US Heavyweight Championionship to Kenny Omega at Wrestling Kingdom but that does not mean he doesn’t have an eye on the future. Having had a Twitter feud with Seth Rollins a few years ago, the two have not really interacted that much since, but the Brit, in an interview with Fightful, said that he has nothing but respect for Rollins, and would one day like a match with him.

“I hated seeing what he was actually going through. When everyone was being mean to him, I really didn’t like that. I thought it was a little bit too much. I saw it, as we were having fun with one another and taking the piss out one another, I didn’t like how people were actually harassing him. I don’t like that in general. I put myself in those situations and I don’t like it either.”

“Now, maturing and growing up and actually growing from all that, I hope he’s doing well. His character is cool, I love what he’s doing, and he’s definitely one of the best guys WWE has. I think it’d be an interesting showcase to have us both in the ring one day. If the WWE door does open, it would be great.”


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