WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has stated the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins could be under fire if he doesn't work on his game to keep fellow wrestlers safe when working with him in the ring.
The former WWE commentator has answered more questions on his Q&A section on his website. One of the questions was about Sting's neck injury caused during Night of Champions by Rollins. It is rumored that this injury could be career-threating for the WCW Icon.
On Sting's injury, Ross was asked if Rollins would be classed as unsafe to work with or possibly receiving backstage heat because of his history with injuring WWE Superstars.
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Of course, it wasn't long ago when the WWE World Heavyweight Champion sidelined John Cena for a couple of weeks because he kneed him in the nose, breaking it in the process.
Ross said: "It’s a physical business and certainly isn’t ballet. Accidents happen. If a trend develops, and two situations isn’t a trend, then you may have a valid point."
WWE should certainly monitor the situation of Rollins going forward, but he is a talented wrestler and shouldn't be counted out straight away after two incidences. But if he keeps on doing this, it will affect how he is booked and if he is given the role of being the top champion.
Rollins has worked his way up the ranks towards the WWE and has certainly earned his spot off his talent, so he isn't a dangerous performer. We don't know the full extent of Sting's injuries yet and Cena wasn't out for that long, so this could be all overblown drama.