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Seth Rollins takes to Twitter on recent Injury

UPDATE: Dave Meltzer reported that Seth Rollins has a torn MCL in his right knee, recovery time is about eight weeks. WrestleMania is about eight weeks away so there is a possibility that Rollins will be able to compete.

Early on Wednesday WWE Superstar Seth Rollins, took to Twitter with this tweet.

Many WWE fans were believing that when the story broke on that Rollins was injured was just part of the storyline and not real life. On Wednesday evening, Seth took to Twitter once again thanking WWE fans for their support and that it is indeed a real life injury.

Rumors are going around that Rollins is likely to miss 4 to 6 months, which would mean once again he will be missing WrestleMania. The injury had happened when debuting Samoa Joe, locked Rollins in the Coquina Clutch.

Unless Seth Rollins ends up having a miraculous recovery in time to make it back by WrestleMania the match between Seth Rollins and Triple H will once again be put on halt for another year.

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