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IN Sports ON 08 May, 2016
With part of WWE's star power nearly returning and the fresh recruits mixing WWE with its very own vitality, the brand is looking more encouraging than it has been for as long as a couple of years. Theories have been with WWE fans about the conceivable return of significant stars like John Cena.
One such new talk will rejoice the fans of WWE. Cagesideseats reports that WWE's sparkling light of 2015, Seth Rollins may return for SummarSlam. As per the sources, Seth Rollins is currently immersed in his recovery and will soon come back to the ring before SummerSlam.
Rollins is said to be booked for a featured match at SummerSlam, which means that he will be returning at least few weeks before SummerSlam. Or else WWE might book a returning Seth Rollins to be a surprise participant in a featured match. Rollins though is not idle meanwhile. He will return to the ring once his role in a film for the WWE Studios is completed.
Seth Rollins harmed his knee when he tore his ACL and MCL because of an awful landing in a Live Event against Kane just before Survivor Series. This made him abandon his WWE World Heavyweight Championship and it set back WWE's arrangements to advance Roman Reigns. One can just think about how fans may have responded to Reigns if Seth was still around the bend when he caught the title.
Despite the fact that Seth Rollins was a major heel on the list when he cleared the WWE Championship, now the changed scene of WWE may help him to return as a face to recover the title he never lost.
Elated is how fans of Roman Reigns would be described when they read this. And not just Reigns', but the Phenomenal One's as well. In fact, it would be an injustice to deride the feud just because of the hate on Reigns.
The Anderson-Gallows ingredient has sweetened the pot and with Shane and Stephanie turning the wrestlers pawns with which to outmaneuver each other, this feud is probably Roman's most entertaining since winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
The two are as of now set to confront each other in an Extreme Rules match at the eponymous PPV, however, the kin's round of one-upmanship appears as though it could raise its head at the end of the day. As indicated by cagesideseats.com, the fight's set to keep running up to Money In The Bank, which is in June.
Apparently, the explanation for this is likely to instigate a quarrel that will bear on to SummerSlam, with the mediating Battleground PPV going about as a support for the new point. Names like Brock Lesnar and Bray Wyatt have been dropped in association with the World Heavyweight Championship picture.
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