PWInsider.com is reporting that sometime within the past 24 hours, Seth Rollins traveled back to Birmingham, Alabama, which is the home of Dr. Jeffrey Dugas, his orthopedic surgeon. Dugas is also the individual who repaired Rollins’s knee back in 2015 when he originally injured it. Furthermore, Dugas also examined Rollins’s knee following what took place at the conclusion of last Monday night’s edition of WWE Raw during the segment with Rollins and Samoa Joe.
The latest update is that the word making its way around backstage at tonight’s Raw is that Rollins having to make a second trip to Birmingham could potentially mean bad news, as the main fear is that Rollins may have a torn ligament.
As of this report, we are still currently awaiting an update from WWE during tonight’s Raw, which the company has stated they will provide. WrestlingNewsSource.com will post updates as soon as they are made available.
WWE didn’t really give fans any new details on Rollins’ injury, and did note that his participation at WrestleMania was “in serious doubt”. Dave Meltzer is reporting on the latest episode of Wrestling Observer Radio that WWE officials are going to go ahead and proceed with the idea that Rollins will be able to make the show and face Triple H, as originally planned out.
“Seth is considered good for WrestleMania,” Meltzer said. “So Triple H vs. Seth is on, and that’s what they’re working towards.”