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MASSIVE WWE Superstar REMOVED from weekend Live Events

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In a significant development within the WWE universe, Seth Rollins, the current heavyweight champion, has been sidelined from the upcoming weekend house shows.

This news follows a knee injury Rollins sustained during a recent main event on RAW, where he bravely defended his title against Jinder Mahal.

WWE News: Seth Rollins’ Injury and Immediate Impact

The extent of Rollins’ knee injury is still under evaluation, but the immediate consequence is his absence from the weekend’s live events.

This development is a blow to fans who anticipated seeing the champion in action. Rollins, known as “The Visionary,” has been a pivotal figure in WWE, and his absence will undoubtedly be felt both by fans and fellow wrestlers.

WWE News: Randy Orton Steps In

In light of Rollins’ injury, Randy Orton will step in as his replacement for the house shows.

Orton, a seasoned and highly respected wrestler, brings his own charisma and skill to the events, ensuring that the shows maintain their high entertainment value.

This switch is a testament to WWE’s deep roster and ability to adapt to unforeseen circumstances.


  • What happened to Seth Rollins?
    • Seth Rollins sustained a knee injury during a match against Jinder Mahal on Raw.
  • Who will replace Seth Rollins in the upcoming house shows?
    • Randy Orton will replace Seth Rollins in the weekend house shows.
  • Is there any update on Dragon Lee’s status in NXT?
    • Dragon Lee will continue to appear in NXT events until NXT Vengeance Day.
  • Will Gable Steveson be a regular feature on SmackDown?
    • Yes, Gable Steveson is scheduled to make regular appearances at every SmackDown taping.
  • How serious is Seth Rollins’ injury?
    • The full extent of Rollins’ injury is still being assessed.
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