WWE: Video footage emerges of Seth Rollins after suffering his injury

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The WWE Universe was shocked and dismayed when it was announced that Seth Rollins had suffered a serious injury.

The ex-WWE World Heavyweight Champion was forced to give up the title he's held since WrewtleMania 31 after tearing multiple ligaments in his right knee, which will keep him out of action for between six and nine months.

Rollins suffered the injury on a botched Sunset Flip Powerbomb from the top rope he was trying to deliver to Kane, as his right knee buckled badly. Rollins continued the match with his brutal injury and video of it has now emerged.


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A fan in the front row at the Dublin live event took a video of the end of the match and you can see it below....

It's clear to see how badly Rollins was struggling. How he managed to finish the match honestly beggars belief!

The uploader of the video revealed that fans in attendance had no idea how bad the injury was.

"I honestly thought it was just a messed up spot and nothing else. I thought he was hurt from delivering the pedigree onto the chair and I had no idea the injury was as serious as it was. To Seth's credit, he powerbombed Kane and hit a pedigree in him with basically one leg so he has all my respect."

Hopefully, Rollins can come back from his injury stronger than ever.


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