Brock Lesnar WWE rival Seth Rollins’ injury details REVEALED – Will he miss WrestleMania? | WWE | Sport


Rollins won the Men’s Royal Rumble Match last month and earned a world title shot at WrestleMania.

The Kingslayer challenged Universal Champion Brock Lesnar in what promises to be an exciting battle on April 7 at the MetLife Stadium in New York.

The Architect made the decision after suffering a savage attack by Lesnar on RAW last week and being grounded with a whopping six F5s.

However, the two-time world champion suffered an injury before that confrontation and reports suggest he won’t wrestle for a month.

The ex-WWE Champion didn’t appear on RAW last Monday night but his WrestleMania match still stands.

According to Ringside News, the publisher and editor of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Dave Meltzer claims Rollins suffered a back injury that will be healed in time for Mania.

Meltzer said: “Okay, so Seth Rollins has a bad back.

“He was off TV tonight.

“They’re gonna rest him up.

“I was told it’s not WrestleMania threatening.

“He may not be on the next Pay-Per-View, that one I don’t know because the Pay-Per-View is only in a couple of weeks.”

As it stands, Rollins looks set to miss WWE’s next Pay-Per-View show Elimination Chamber, which takes place on February 17 at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.

The 32-year-old star’s status ahead of Fastlane, which will be the last major event before Mania, is currently unknown.

However, he could still make non-wrestling appearances on WWE programming until he regains full fitness.

Lesnar is also not likely to compete until WrestleMania but could make a few appearances beforehand.

The MMA hero has been working on a part-time basis with WWE ever since his return in 2012.

The UFC legend never competes on RAW or SmackDown and usually performs in the most esteemed Pay-Per-View shows like the Royal Rumble, Survivor Series, WrestleMania and SummerSlam.

He has established himself as one of the company’s greatest ever legends as he has beaten some of the all-time greats like John Cena, Triple H, Kurt Angle and many more.

Lesnar also ended The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania in 2014. 

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