Seth Rollins has been wrestling since 2004, and since 2012, he has been on the WWE main roster grind.
He has had to deal with big injuries, like a torn ACL, but his body has also been hurt by normal wear and tear.
Seth, on the other hand, has learned how to deal with the nagging injuries that many fighters have.
“I try to change my training up based on how I feel,” Seth said on Impaulsive when asked about keeping in shape and taking care of himself. “There are constant injuries. My knee has been bugging me since before WrestleMania (39), I was having an issue with that. My neck acting up. My lower back has been at me since 2019, probably should get some surgery on that, but trying to just do whatever I can to make sure I don’t need it because I have a couple of stress fractures back there. I tried some stem cells, I’ve done a couple of stem cell treatments. I found that they were temporarily helpful. I wasn’t taking time off. I wasn’t just idling while I was on the stem cells, I was still working pretty much a full time schedule with WWE. I found it temporarily helpful, but long-term it kind of faded off a little bit. I got maybe four or five months of ‘ooooh, okay.'”
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As WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Rollins hasn’t slowed down. He still works full-time and goes to live events.
At WWE SummerSlam, Rollins will defend his WWE World Heavyweight Title against Finn Balor. Fans can see who is on the show right now by going here.