Never a day goes by without a controversy of sorts in the WWE. Every week Chairman Vince McMahon has another fire to put out somewhere within his company, and this week is no different.
In the last few weeks WWE has been subjected to a barrage of lawsuits, with many of them coming from former stars who want compensation for injuries they allege were suffered while wrestling in WWE.
It is safe to say that WWE and Vince McMahon are not prepared to entertain the lawsuits and will fight tooth and nail to clear the wrestling company of any wrongdoing. Nonetheless, the lawsuits are having a wider impact, an impact that will even affect Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins.
In April, it was reported that WWE were banning Seth Rollins from using his Curb Stomp finisher, but it was not confirmed why the wrestling company decided to take this abrupt action.
However, today it has now been revealed that the WWE made the decision to ban Rollins from using the finisher in the wake of the lawsuits, with NoDQ providing the details.
"WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins no longer using the Curb Stomp as his main finisher may have something to do with advice from WWE legal, perhaps due to fallout from concussion lawsuits," NoDQ reported.
What do you make of WWE's decision to ban Seth Rollins from using the finisher? Let us know at the bottom of this article in the comments section.
Elsewhere in WWE
It has been revealed that Daniel Bryan will be out of action until late June.
Bryan was pulled from WWE's European Tour a couple of weeks ago and he missed the Extreme Rules pay-per-view as well.
Adding to this, it has now been confirmed that Bryan will miss the Payback pay-per-view, providing yet another blow for the Yes! Movement. The popular wrestler will be back on WWE TV on June 28.
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