Fin Balor’s rapid ascent to the top of the WWE main roster took a detour this past Monday when he was diagnosed with a serious shoulder injury suffered the previous evening at the hands of Seth Rollins at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Noting Rollins’ alarming penchant for putting headliner colleagues on the shelf for extended periods (John Cena), or in the case of Sting, forever, Bret Hart tells Wrestlezone’s Nick Hausman, “if you’re a professional wrestler and you keep hurting opponents and or yourself, clearly you’re doing it wrong.”
I wrestled a very realistic and physical style and not once in 23 yrs did I ever hurt one opponent ever. Seth Rollins needs to improve his technique and become the safest wrestler in the business. I have great respect for Seth. I believe he’ll improve and hopefully stop hurting the talent before someone gets killed. Wrestlers have to trust one another. If a wrestler holds the life of another wrestler in his hands for the sake of his family, wife or children you plain and simply cannot drop it!
I saw this coming, if anything WWE producers are negligent for not speaking up about it to him already, instead they’re probably gushing with joy, slapping him on the back telling him “great job!” Bill Goldberg was similar. When I think of Samoa Joe nearly killing Tyson Kidd, then see him continuing to use that deadly finish of his, I just shake my head. It’s not real, it’s only supposed to look real, wrestlers are not crash test dummies!
All of those agents in WWE, I don’t know who they are that are schooling these guys and telling them what they are doing right and what they are doing wrong. They should all be chastised for not speaking up too. Including Vince. Including Triple H. What he did was totally wrong. Totally unprofessional. It’s true and it’s not a personal attack. It just means, “Be more careful.” You can’t be hurting guys like that all the time.