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Rollins Injured at Clash of Champions?

(Seth Rollins, photo via lockerdome.com)

Seth Rollins seems like he may have been injured during his match with Kevin Owens at WWE Clash Of Champions. It appears like the injury happened when Owens hit a  rather gruesome looking gut buster off the top rope. Seth Rollins then continued to favor his ribs throughout the entire match, and looked as if he was in a lot of pain.

Rollins was still holding his ribs as he walked through the curtain, a source has said.  Do note that Rollins and WWE have not said anything yet, so it’s just a rumor for now.

This Owens-Rollins feud is expected to continue and it’s looking like (if Rollins is turned out not injured) they will have a rematch at next month’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.

Yes, he could be selling it, but either way it’s not been confirmed if it’s just him selling it or not as of yet.


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