How Seth Rollins Can Return at WWE WrestleMania 32


Call it a long shot, but here is how Seth Rollins should make his return at WrestleMania 32.

In Nov. 2015, Seth Rollins went down with a gruesome knee injury. He tore multiple ligaments after landing awkwardly on his leg while attempting a sunset flip powerbomb against Kane at a WWE live event. The Architect would be forced to forfeit the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, which would be put into a tournament that Roman Reigns won. Him and the Big Dog were supposed to feud for the belt, but the injury put a halt in plans. The same thing happened at Night of Champions 2014 except Reigns went down.

As for Rollins’ return, the timetable was set at 6 to 9 months. It seemed that he would be out of WrestleMania 32, which is fine because the recovery should be taken slowly.

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Well, a report surfaced last week that Rollins is apparently back in the ring training. While it doesn’t mean his return has been pushed up, it’s still fun to speculate on if he’s coming back sooner than expected.

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Whenever he comes back, the return for the former ROH star has to be big. He was the WWE World Heavyweight Champion and cashed in Money in the Bank in the main event of WrestleMania 31, after all. WWE has to make it feel like a huge deal when he’s good to go.

So, what better way to bring Rollins back than at WrestleMania 32?

Actually, let’s move it up one notch. How about the WrestleMania 32 main event?

The main event at the Show of Shows is Reigns vs. Triple H for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Many expect the former Shield man to go over here and finally get his coronation on the biggest stage. It was supposed to happen in 2015 but WWE is making it happen about one calendar year later.

Roman is getting booed out of every arena he steps into. He couldn’t even earn a few cheers when he returned on Monday to get revenge on the Game in what was a pretty good brawl. It means the reactions over the next two episodes of Raw will probably only get worse in Philadelphia and Brooklyn, the site of the final two shows before Apr. 3.

If Reigns is going to get booed there, the 100,000 fans at AT&T Stadium are going to do much worse when he wins the title. WWE is probably going to stick with him as the winner, but something has to give with the ending. The show can’t close with a celebration that is getting destroyed by the fans. How could Vince McMahon let that happen at his biggest show?

So, this is where you add intrigue to close the event.

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As Reigns is celebrating, Rollins’ music plays and the crowd EXPLODES. Seth comes out without crutches and in his ring gear, signifying that he is healthy. He’ll then slowly walk down the long entrance ramp as Reigns stands there in disbelief.

Rollins will calmly walk up the ring steps, get onto the apron and go through the ropes. Reigns will be standing in the middle of the ring as Rollins steadily makes his way to that point to meet him. He’s not doing his usual annoying heel facial expressions, but has a serious look. The former NXT Champion will stand face to face with Reigns who will be holding the belt. Rollins will stare Reigns down for about 15 to 20 seconds as the crowd continues to go wild. He’ll then slowly turn his head to the title he never lost, and move his head back to go face to face with Reigns as the crowd freaks out even more.

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The show-ending logo goes up on the side of the screen and WrestleMania ends.