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Report: WWE Officials Hold Meeting to Determine Rollins-Triple H Wrestlemania Angle Future

According to a report from F4WOnline, WWE Officials held a creative meeting to discuss the repercussions of Rollins’ injury as it pertains to the angle between him and Triple H. While Rollins vs. Triple H has been the plan all along, there is currently no replacement opponent locked in for Hunter at Wrestlemania, but ‘The Game’ really wants to compete in Orlando due to his NXT ties.

Bryan Alvarez noted that Samoa Joe vs. Triple H was an idea that was being discussed, and also speculated that Rollins’ injury was suffered while Joe was taking him down for the Coquina Clutch.

We’ll keep you updated as we learn more……

  • Dave S.

    Nobody’s fault that’s the risk they take Every time they step in the ring.

  • CC

    And yet you just told everyone else they were not entitled to the opinion that it was Joes fault “So people can lay off Joe.”
    You said it as if it was fact, not opinion.

  • D2K

    Where did I say that it was different? People are entitled to their opinions, you are entitled to yours, and I am entitled to MINE. It is a typical wrestling injury, and I maintain in my humble opinion that the injury was a result of Rollins’ overselling with his legs going crazy and that caused him to get his leg twisted the wrong way on that takedown. It’s not like Joe can see what Rollins’ legs are doing from that position. You have to help the other guy too on stuff like that.

    Lots of injuries come people overdoing things in all sports. Rollins’ made a mistake. It’s not a big deal.

  • Nicholas2778

    They can always do a HHH vs Seth Rollins at Summerslam if it can’t take place at Wrestlemania. The only question it was to due about Wrestlemania?

  • CC

    But you just assume its Rollins fault for flopping around, so how is your opinion any different?
    Fact is, its probably neither of their faults and just a typical wrestling injury.

  • D2K

    If that’s the case then that’s Rollins’ fault. I watched that part over and over and Joe didn’t do anything out of bounds there. Meanwhile Rollins was flopping around like a fish out of water overselling (what is essentially just a sleeper-hold) and that action caused his leg to twist in a bad way. So people can lay off of Joe.