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Backstage News On Seth Rollins’s Injury, Samoa Joe’s Debut, Finn Balor To Save Raw?

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- The fear with the right knee of Seth Rollins is that he has a torn ligament. When a knee ligament injury occurs, they have to let the swelling go down before performing an MRI to determine soft tissue damage. There is obviously underlying concern with Rollins as this is a re-injury to a devastating knee injury he suffered in November 2015, where he tore multiple ligaments and was out for several months as a result. There is a big risk of re-injury when it comes to this type of injury and right now, WWE is preparing what they’ll have to do if Triple H vs. Seth Rollins is canceled from Wrestlemania for the second consecutive year.

- Samoa Joe was originally scheduled to make his main roster debut at the Royal Rumble and WWE had tried to get it out that he would be facing John Cena at Wrestlemania 33. We suspected at the time that some misdirection was at play and it turned out to be the case. WWE wanted to debut Joe on Raw, so they pumped out a false rumor to throw people off. Just remember, we always have your back.

- The hot rumor after Raw on Monday was still for Goldberg to go over Kevin Owens for the title at WWE Fastlane on Sunday, March 5, 2017. It’ll be interesting to see how the injury to Seth Rollins will affect all plans as he was set to feud with Samoa Joe before working Triple H at Wrestlemania 33. Finn Balor is expected to be about ready and we know there have already been discussions about bringing him back before Wrestlemania if Rollins is out an extended period of time.


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