Seth Rollins Uses ‘Banned’ Move At WWE Fastlane

During the 2021 edition of WWE Fastlane, ‘The Messiah’ Seth Rollins defeated Shinsuke Nakamura in a match for the ages. However, shockingly during this match Rollins used the buckle bomb, a power bomb move that sends the opponent back first into the turnbuckle, or another structure. This move was banned in 2020 after various injuries to top stars in the world of professional wrestling as Finn Balor and Sting. Current one half of the WWE Women’s Championships, Nia Jax also injured Kairi Sane with the move. Becky Lynch & Seth Rollins recently suffered this tragic loss.



It should be noted that this isn’t the first time that Seth Rollins has had a move banned and seemingly reappear back on professional wrestling television as Rollins once had his primary finisher, the Stomp banned as well. The move was eventually phased back onto company back in 2018.

In other news regarding Seth Rollins, the former WWE Champion teared and ripped into former Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner, Cesaro on social media via Twitter. Rollins made these comments prior to his match against Shinsuke Nakamura.

“Cesaro is a COWARD! Used to be a really good friend and now look at him. Turned down MY HELP and now wants to RIDE MY COATTAILS INTO WRESTLEMANIA!?!! HUGE waste of potential. Doesn’t DESERVE my consideration. VINCE WAS RIGHT about him. CAN’T care MY BOOTS. Don’t @ me. #EMBRACETHEVISION”

Michael Joseph
Michael Joseph
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