Since making his sensational return to the squared circle back at Extreme Rules, it is fair to say Seth Rollins has been a busy man.
The WWE Superstar has come back from a nightmare injury layoff to slot right back into the main event frame and, having briefly reclaimed the WWE Championship at Money in the Bank, he is currently building towards a shot at winning back the belt at the upcoming Battleground pay-per-view.
However, while WWE fans are undoubtedly delighted to see one of the best talents on the roster back in full swing, there is reportedly some concern growing backstage about just how much the company is using Rollins.
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As reported by NoDQ.com, an unnamed section of the WWE organisation is apparently increasingly worried that "Vince McMahon and Triple H are asking too much of Seth Rollins since his return to the ring last month."
The same report notes that Rollins - who was forced to miss over six months of action as he rehabbed a torn the ACL, MCL, and medial meniscus in his knee - was in action on 15 occasions during June.
This, coupled with the fact that he has been involved in matches during the WWE's tour of Japan, appears to have some within the business fearing that the company is taking an unnecessary risk, and asking too much of Rollins and his body so soon after coming back from a serious injury.
At the moment, for Vince McMahon at least, it looks like big ratings and a big Seth Rollins push is trumping any niggling injury fears.
The WWE CEO apparently sees The Architect as potentially one of the biggest heels in WWE history and, with Roman Reigns currently out suspended, it looks like he is willing to push the Superstar as much as possible in pursuit of success.
Let's just hope McMahon's calculated gamble doesn't come back to haunt him and Rollins stays injury free.
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