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Get Ready for a Major Twist: Seth Rollins' Post-WrestleMania Fate Prediction

Updated: Jan 26

By Alex Al-Kazzaz

We're certainly all relieved that Seth Rollins confirmed that he'll be at WrestleMania 40 and defending his championship. It was scary to hear that Rollins had sustained an injury during his match with Jinder Mahal on Monday Night Raw earlier this month. The injury is confirmed as a torn MCL along with a torn meniscus and he'd miss at least 3-4 months if he underwent surgery.

"I WILL take this title into WrestleMania!"

You heard it right. Rollins said he doesn't care what the doctors say and that he will be in Philadelphia for WrestleMania and nothing can stop him!

Realistically, it looks like Rollins will drop the belt at WrestleMania. Our gut feeling says that'll be to CM Punk. Despite the legitimate heat between the two, we can be sure they'll put their differences aside for business' sake.

I am NOT going to put my FULL prediction on this blog, but if you want to know, then check out my Royal Rumble preview on my pro wrestling podcast. Here's the YouTube link to the episode: LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE! HIT THAT NOTIFICATION BELL!

My pro wrestling podcast is Ringside Chaos, and you can find it on Spotify, Apple Podcast, and anywhere you get your podcast! Trust me, you should check it out!

But here's part of the prediction that I will lay out right now; Rollins will announce that he's going away for a little while. He'll cut an emotional promo and tell the fans that he loves them and that he will return. He's hoping to work a match before WrestleMania, but he doesn't necessarily have to. His knee is already banged up, so the last thing he needs is a major medical mishap before WrestleMania.

The dude needs to take some serious time off. Yes, SERIOUS time off. We are all aware of the injuries that Rollins has been dealing with for several years. Injuries from his knee to his back and Lord knows what else. This shows the brutal nature of the pro wrestling business and the task of carrying the company.

Rollins has been fully active since his return from a major knee injury in 2016. He's overdue for a hiatus.

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