Taz defends Seth Rollins' in-ring style

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The WWE Universe was rocked this week as it experienced an extreme high followed by an extreme low.

The fans erupted in jubilation when NXT golden child Finn Balor beat Seth Rollins for the Universal Championship Sunday night at SummerSlam.

Heavily criticised

24 hours later, Balor was forced to hand back the title due to an injury he received at the hands of his opponent.


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Rollins utilised a move that resulted in a dislocated shoulder for Balor - a move that had previously injured Sting in what proved to be his final match.

The powerbomb into the barricade is a well versed move in Rollins' arsenal but it has come under heavy criticism in light of Balor's injury.

Several big names in Wrestling have now come out and criticised it after it has injured a second main event star.

One man backing the Architect however, is former WWE superstar and ECW legend Tazz.

The Tazmanian Devil has defended the WWE's top heel and claimed that if Balor wasn't comfortable with the move, it wouldn't have been performed.

Going against the idea that Rollins is reckless and defending the former WWE Champion, Tazz clarified that the two will have discussed what moves would be performed in the match on Sunday night.

Providing the fans with an insight into how the pre-match preparations between superstars work, Tazz pointed out:

"When guys aren't comfortable taking a move, the move doesn't happen."

Rollins may not be reckless in the ring, but that move is certainly something that has caused controversy and it could have grabbed the attention of the shot callers back stage too.

Eagle eyed fans watching RAW on Monday night will have noticed that in Rollins match with Sami Zayn, he set Zayn up for the move but didn't actually pull it off.

Another one bites the dust

If Rollins has been banned from performing the move, it is the second move in his set to be banned from the WWE.

His primary finisher was the curb stomp until that was banned by WWE and he was forced to adopt the pedigree.

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