Seth Rollins botches routine move at WWE'd London event

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WWE's tour of the UK is currently underway with many of their main roster superstars taking part in a live event in London last night. 

Kevin Owens took on long time rival Sami Zayn and Seth Rollins in a triple threat match for his Universal Championship. It was reported to have been a worthy main event match at the O2 arena. 

Although all reports from the match state that it ran smoothly, a recent video has surfaced on Instagram that sees Seth Rollins botch a suicide dive on Kevin Owens that ends in a painful collision with the barricade for the former Champion. 


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The following video shows Seth Rollins attempting a suicide dive to the outside on Owens and it seems that Owens either fails to catch him or Rollins dive is too high and he completely misses the Champion, only to hit his midsection on the metal barricade instead. 

Rollins recovered and threw his hands up to the audience to show that he was alright following the miscommunication, before being able to complete the match. 

Rollins then shook hands with Sami Zayn following their loss to the new Raw Champion and many of the WWE Universe have stated that this is the point where Rollins has officially turned face after more than two years of being one of the top heels in the company. 


As already stated, Rollins does not look to have been injured by the botch that at worst could have bruised his hips, but last time he was severely injured he actually managed to finish the match before the full extent of the problem was revealed. 

The former WWE World Heavyweight Champion returned after seven months on the sidelines at Extreme Rules a few months ago and would not enjoy any more time on the treatment table because of a bad botch. 

Rollins is scheduled to face Kevin Owens at Clash of Champions in just over two weeks time in his third televised match for the Universal Championship, but Triple H will be waiting in the wings for what is set to be a huge feud between the two former friends heading into WrestleMania season. 


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