Everyone in the WWE Universe seems to be digging the work Seth Rollins has produced ever since breaking up from The Shield in 2014.
Well, everyone but Bret Hart that is.
Rollins has been on an incredible journey following the dismantlement of The Shield, picking up huge wins and stealing shows on his way to becoming the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
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Sadly for Rollins, all his momentum was lost when he suffered a serious knee injury during a house show, sidelining him for several months.
However, he is back now and is back on top of the roster, despite not being champion, and was even draft pick number one for Stephanie McMahon and Monday Night Raw.
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Rollins could become a new champion at SummerSlam as he takes on Finn Balor for the WWE Universal Championship, which would once again see him cemented at the top of the pack.
Despite the majority of the WWE liking Rollins' work, one of their biggest legends has been less than impressed due to his 'reckless' and 'dangerous' methods in the ring.
Speaking in an interview for Forbes, Bret Hart admitted that Rollins was receiving a 'mega mega push', but accused him of having lazy execution in the ring.
The first incident Hart brought up was the moment Rollins broke John Cena's nose during a match on Monday Night Raw. The former wrestler stated that he could have easily killed the face of the company with a knee that reckless.
"He [Rollins] knees him the face so hard, and so recklessly, and so dangerously. He could easily kill somebody with a knee like that to the face."
Hart then spoke about his own experiences when coming up against people who are reckless in the ring, and he pointed out the time Goldberg ended his career by kicking him in the head.
"Bill Goldberg kicked me in the head and ended my career because he didn't know what he was doing." Hart continued,
"You get guys that cost me millions and millions of dollars, cost me my career, probably led to my stroke, and so many things that happened all because somebody didn't know what they were doing."
That wasn't all from Hart, however. He then continued by saying Rollins was too tough and hard on Sting when the duo fought at Night of Champions.
He also claimed Rollins was disrespectful to the wrestling icon and believes he needed to take more care during the match.
The last swipe Hart took was this time aimed at Stephanie and Shane McMahon, saying they don't understand the real dangers facing the WWE superstars if they aren't careful.
"They don't understand that when you do these kinds of things, you can kill somebody. It may look great but you really need to think twice with what you're doing."
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