Seth Rollins is recovering from surgery

Seth Rollins had suffered a torn meniscus in January

by Simone Brugnoli
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Seth Rollins is recovering from surgery
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Wanting to quickly recap the situation, Seth Rollins had suffered a torn meniscus in January, but had decided not to undergo immediate surgery in order to be able to perform at WrestleMania XL against The Rock and Roman Reigns alongside Cody Rhodes and then against Drew McIntyre with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line.

However, at the end of April it was his wife Becky Lynch who stated that the operation had taken place in the meantime: "So, he had surgery on Tuesday. He had surgery on his knee, he tore his meniscus a little bit before WrestleMania.

So now his rehab, I guess, is going to consist of chasing a three-year-old girl" (his daughter Roux, ed.), The Man said in an appearance on 'The Late Late Show' And, as you may have understood, he confirmed her husband's break from the ring: for an undisclosed length of time, however.

In a new video, however, posted by the Instagram profile of his wrestling school Black And Brave, we see Seth Rollins training hard with a barbell in typical Crossfit style, his specialty, with the wrestler who is working hard to get back in shape.

Seth Rollins is training hard

It was up to the insiders to estimate the absence from the WWE rings of the former World Heavyweight Champion. According to the insights of Dave Meltzer, who spoke on his 'Wrestling Observer Radio', the timing for the return of Seth Rollins is still difficult to establish, because it depends on the type of procedure required for his recovery from the injury.

If an extensive reconstruction of the knee were to be necessary, Seth Rollins could be out for "about 8 months". On the contrary, a less invasive procedure could lead to "a quicker recovery, in the space of 2-3 months". Dave Meltzer, waiting for official confirmation from WWE or from the interested parties, hypothesizes that it is the latter scenario that is the most realistic, based on current information.

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