Injuries to its best performers is the last thing WWE wants while WrestleMania season approaches, particularly after Seth Rollins just underwent a concerning situation on RAW.
The recent RAW episode’s main event featured Austin Theory and Seth Rollins. After the match was over and Raw went off air, Rollins was seen gripping his knee.
This was a valid reason for concern because many people thought Seth Rollins probably injured himself badly during the United States Championship battle.
When Rollins displayed the ‘X’ sign, the referee followed suit as the WWE medical staff hurried to the ring.
In the video below, it can be seen that Corey Graves even stepped up from the commentary table to inspect on Rollins and make sure the superstar was receiving the assistance he required.
Seth Rollins give the "❌" first & he asked the referee why he didn't call for it then the referee also does "❌" sign at Raw.@WWERollins #SethRollins #WWERaw pic.twitter.com/NgDcjlC2CT
— Seth Rollins Fanpage (@WWERollinsArmy_) January 3, 2023
Seth Rollins is doing fine now, says the clinic
However, by the looks of his most recent appearance, the former multiple-time world champion is doing quite fine, which will please his fans.
It’s a good thing for WWE that it appears Seth Rollins won’t miss any TV time. Royal Rumble is getting closer and the Stamford-based-promotion needs every performer to be able to compete.
The Architect was photographed receiving IV drip therapy at Abundant Health Phys Med in Davenport, Iowa, where he was born and raised.
Seth was said to be “not sick or in bad health,” which appears to corroborate that he isn’t gravely hurt, according to a post on the clinic’s official Instagram account.
What was revealed regarding Seth Rollins’ present situation in the IG post is as follows:
“Note that everything is well at this place. no one is sick or in bad health. We appreciate you visiting us today to receive IV drip therapy, @wwerollins.”
“Another successful Meyers cocktail! What benefit is this to him? supporting healthy immune function, ageing from the inside out, and optimum athletic performance and recovery, to name a few!”
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