Seth Rollins begins his training to return to the WWE

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Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins has been out of action since tearing his ACL, MCL, and meniscus during a live event in Dublin, Ireland at the beginning of November.

He isn't expected to return to the WWE ring for another five to eight months, but he has shown the WWE Universe through an Instagram post that he has started training again and is preparing already for the day he returns.

Posting on Instagram, Rollins took a picture of the training equipment he has been using to help his recovery from Quad City Crossfit in his hometown of Davenport, Iowa, and said: "Recovery essentials. Huge thank you to @thedavecastro @assaultairbike and @jasonkhalipa (for the Go Mat). Push yourself and never settle. #rebuild"


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The Architect had to vacate the WWE World Heavyweight Championship once he found out about his injury, and he is likely to look for his rematch to win the title back upon his return. 

In the meantime, Sheamus is the current champion after cashing in his Money in the Bank contract at Survivor Series last weekend and pinning Roman Reigns, who had originally won the title in the championship tournament against Dean Ambrose.

The Big Dog will get his rematch for the championship at TLC, in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match next month on December 13.

Reigns would be the ideal opponent upon Rollins' return as this was the scheduled match for Survivor Series before he got injured.

Who would you like to see face Seth Rollins upon his return next year to the WWE? Have your say and leave a comment below...


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