“I actually tore my entire knee in the match”; Seth Rollins reveals how he delivered powerbomb to WWE Hall of Famer with a torn knee

Seth Rollins got his knee injured during a match with Kane but still managed to power bomb him through the table

Seth Rollins
Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins is one of the top WWE superstars in WWE currently. His immense fan following and his in-ring ability is incomparable. His nicknames list the superstars he has defeated. His records and accomplices narrate his whole career and make everyone his fan.

Seth Rollins recently appeared on an episode of the Pat McAfee Show and revealed how he powerbombed WWE Hall of Famer Kane through a table even after getting his knee completely torn during the match. The Architect also revealed that is almost impossible to power bomb Kane but he did and that too with a torn out knee. Here’s what he said:

I actually tore my entire knee in a match in Dublin on the first night in one of our international tours in 2015. I was the heavyweight champion at the time, finished the match. Still was able to powerbomb Kane through a table. Yes, the mayor Glenn Jacobs of Knox County. I was able to powerbomb him through a table with a torn ACL, MCL, and a destroyed meniscus.” – Sportskeeda

Seth Rollins has a huge task ahead of him to earn a well deserved WrestleMania moment

WWE Championship will be defended against these 5 men at the Elimination Chamber
WWE Championship will be defended against these 5 men at the Elimination Chamber

Seth Rollins has a very huge task ahead of him to have a chillin WrestleMania week. The 38th edition of the Grandest Stage of them All is just around 45 days away and the card has started getting built for the most stupendous two night event in WWE history. One of the those is the WWE Championship match which is yet to be confirmed.

Elimination Chamber 2022 is just a few days away and can change the landscape of WrestleMania 38 with all its matches. One of them is the Men’s Elimination Chamber match which have the WWE Championship on the line. Bobby Lashley will defend his title inside the chamber against Brock Lesnar, Austin theory, AJ Styles, Riddle, and the Visionary Seth Rollins.

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