Seth Rollins Says Sting Will Make A Good Recovery
Sting is going to "make a good recovery" from his Night of Champions injury, according to Seth Rollins.
The WWE World Heavyweight champ said Sting “seems to be okay” the “freak accident” which seems to have left a question mark over the veteran's in-ring future.
Speaking on the Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast, Seth said: "Ironically enough, Sting got a ‘stinger'. It happens to all of us, but it was just bad timing in his situation.
"We got through it and he’s a professional… [but] I feel terrible. I was definitely concerned about his health, still am, but after tests and everything, he seems to be okay so it’s all good.
"He’s going to make a good recovery."
Seth also said his bucklebomb move was safe to receive.
"I mean nothing against Sting, he's in phenomenal condition, but he's also a 56-year-old man,” he said.
Seth continued: "I have taken the bucklebomb myself many times. It's just one of those things. It's a freak accident."