Seth Rollins suffers potentially serious knee injury during match

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The WWE has had an absolutely horrific time with injuries over the past year or so.

Daniel Bryan is one doctor's note away from being forced into WWE retirement thanks to a string of concussions suffered during his career while Tyson Kidd almost died in the ring after suffering a severe neck/spinal injury from a botched musclebuster from Samoa Joe.

And things might have got a whole lot worse last night, as Seth Rollins was reportedly injured during the WWE's live show in Dublin.


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According to reports from fans in attendance at the live event, via Wrestling Inc, Rollins may have suffered either a leg or knee injury during a match against Demon Kane.

Rollins tried to hit a sunset-flip powerbomb from the top rope on Kane, which should have sent the Demon flying through a table, but Rollins' leg appeared to buckle as his feet hit the floor and he collapsed onto the ring.

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Another fan in attendance posted pictures showing Rollins being carried up the ramp at the conclusion of the match.

According to further reports from Wrestling Inc, Rollins' knee is the problem, but it is unknown what he has done to it.

Hopefully, Seth hasn't suffered any serious damage to his ligaments and the WWE Heavyweight Champion can keep on performing during the rest of the UK tour and beyond. 


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