Seth Rollins is back, no not in the ring, but that should be quoted very soon if things go like this. Rollins started his training sessions and looks to be on the path toward a return to the ring very soon. The news will bring smiles to millions of wrestling fans around the world.
Prowrestlingsheet’s Ryan Satin had posted the following on the site “Our sources say Rollins has been working in the ring without a brace at his Black and Brave Wrestling Academy in Illinois, usually multiple times a week, but he’s cautious about leg involvement and plays it safe by icing his knee after every training session.”
Seth Rollins has returned to the performance center to resume the training sessions and, more importantly, he is now capable of putting on the goods multiple times in a week. This proves that his improvement is going better than expected.
Seth was injured back in November and shortly after, underwent reconstructive knee surgery. The expected recovery time for the injury was said to be out for 6 to 9 months and 4 from that have already passed and going by the recent developments the Architect will be back before he prescribed time.
Last week Rollins was seen along with Cesaro, John Cena and Dr. Jeff Dugas from the Andrews Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center, and they were discussing their respective injuries and current status.
Seth Rollins returning to the ring will create a monstrous pop among the fans and it will be interesting to see what WWE has in store for the champ who never had lost the championship and had to forfeit it. Previously, it was thought that Rollins will be back around Summerslam but we don’t have to wait until that definitely. He is coming back post-Wrestlemania, probably in May.