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That’s not a good sign. Injuries are one of the worst things that you can see in the wrestling world as you never know when someone is going to be taken out of the ring for a long time. A wrestler can be hurt out of nowhere and the question becomes how long they are going to be gone. This week saw a WWE star possibly get hurt and now we might be getting a flashback.

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The main event of this week’s Monday Night Raw saw Seth Rollins fail to regain the United States Title from Austin Theory. Following the show, Rollins’ knee, which had been worked on during the match, gave out and he had to be helped to the back. Rollins has since sent out a tweet saying “Redesign. Rebuild. Reclaim.” This is the same message that Rollins sent out after he tore his ACL in 2015. There is no word on if Rollins is actually injured or if this is part of a storyline.

Redesign. Rebuild. Reclaim.

— Seth “Freakin’” Rollins (@WWERollins) January 4, 2023

Rollins is a heck of a star. Check out what he can do when he is healthy:

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Opinion: If this is a storyline, WWE is doing a great job of making me think that something is going seriously wrong. This is the kind of thing that you never want to see as Rollins’ knee could be in serious trouble. WWE would be in for quite a shakeup if Rollins is on the shelf for several months, but now all we can do is wait and see just where things go from here.

What would a Rollins injury mean? Who should take his spot on the WWE roster? Let us know in the comments below.

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