Being a WWE superstar isn’t an easy job. In the role, you not only have to deal with the brutal schedule but the prospect of getting injured any time as well.
While some injuries are big enough to get you out of the ring and onto the shelf, there are others which don’t keep you out of action but continue to hurt and affect your performance.
During a recent interview with San Antonio Express-News, former Universal Championship Seth Rollins revealed that he has been dealing with one such injury:
“It’s a happy accident. I will say that I broke my finger about six weeks ago and I have to wear a splint when I wrestle, and so I have to wear a glove over the top of the splint to keep it from moving when I’m wrestling. Obviously, I could have taken six weeks off and not wrestled at all, but that’s not really what I do. So, the alternative was trying to tape it, but tape didn’t seem to keep it on very well. So, I just put a glove over top of it to keep it down. And, and I like it, and it’s weird and so it is one of the things that people they say, ‘Why is he wearing one glove?’ The fact that you’re asking me this question means that it’s doing its job. I think we will stick with it and see what the glove becomes over time.”
Apart from this, Seth Rollins also talked about things like the upcoming Royal Rumble PPV taking place this Sunday, being a heel and CM Punk.