When Seth Rollins went down on Monday Night RAW, many were afraid that the superstar would lose his momentum from having to undergo possible surgery. The good news is that no surgery is required, and according to a recent report he might be back in time for WrestleMania.
"Seth is considered good for WrestleMania. So Triple H vs. Seth is on, and that's what they're working towards. Maybe that's why they didn't tip their hand, but they are going with the idea that that match is still on and he will be ready for WrestleMania."
While WWE announced the injury on its website, they've continued to play up the Samoa Joe angle, leading many to believe that they were at least hopeful he could make a timely return. His current status bodes well for that, as the current plans have not been scrapped according to Meltzer's source. Granted, the bigger spots might need some tweaking, but the two wrestlers involved are good enough to make a five-star match without those anyway.
If it does come together, it will have worked out wonderfully for Rollins, who has been waiting for this payoff for some time now, and being out for a prolonged period of time would have killed the momentum they just started building up over the last month or so.