Seth Rollins could be booked against Triple H at next year's SummerSlam

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Seth Rollins may be out of action for up to nine months now, but rumors are already circulating over how the former WWE World Heavyweight Champion will be booked upon his return to the ring.

Rollins is currently out for six to nine months after tearing his ACL, MCL, and medial meniscus in his right knee during a match against Kane during a WWE Live Event last week.

He was the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at the time, so he had to relinquish the title, but he might not be booked to win it back straight away.


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Cageside Seats have said: "The Observer is reporting that Seth Rollins vs. Triple H had replaced Triple H vs. The Rock as one of the top matches at WrestleMania 32 before Rollins was injured.

"That said, WWE is likely going straight to Rollins vs. Triple H upon his return, possibly as a major match at SummerSlam next year."

This is definitely an exciting avenue for the WWE to go down, as it won't pry away fans from the match that they desperately wanted to see at WrestleMania before they heard the devastating news about Rollins over a week go.

A WrestleMania-caliber match at the WWE's second biggest show of the year, SummerSlam, will surely bring a lot of satisfaction for members of the WWE Universe and provide something to look forward to in the new year.

The relationship of The Game and The Architect in the WWE is a brilliant story of master and the apprentice and the only outcome to not only bring joy to the WWE Universe but also solidify and secure the future of the company would be for Triple H to put over Rollins.

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