Bengaluru, Sep 25: Seth Rollins was facing tremendous heat from not only the fans but also the wrestling pundits after Summerslam.
It was him who cost the supposed face of the WWE Raw brand six months of his career. He connected with a running turnbuckle powerbomb into the barricade which torn Finn Balor's shoulder rotator cuff.
This was not the first time that Rollins has been the cause of his opponent's injury. Last year prior to the Summerslam event, he broke John Cena's nose with his knee.
It was then when the wrestling veterans started him calling an unsafe wrestler. Proving them right, at the next PPV, Night of Champions he delivered the same turnbuckle powerbomb to the legend Sting causing him a neck injury. Later, the Icon had to take retirement due to the injury.
In addition, he tore his knee due to bad landing at a live event in Ireland. WWE Hall of Famer, Bret Hart has spoken numerous times about Rollins' dangerous moves inside the ring and it looks like WWE creative does agree with him.
In a recent report from four3four.com suggests that WWE will ban his dangerous turnbuckle powerbomb move.
After facing criticism from all over the pro-wrestling circuit regarding not taking any actions against Rollins, WWE finally decides to take the step. This may be the reason that Rollins used the dangerous move at the Summerslam night, last.
This is not the first time though that WWE has banned Rollins' move. After Wrestlemania 31 he was barred from using his pendant finishing maneuver, Curb Stomp.
As per the critics, the move was banned since it used to hurt the sensitive neck and the head portion of the superstars.
However, later we learnt that WWE Creative thought that the move was too easy to copy, for the young fans.
Rollins will face the Universal Champion, Kevin Owens at Clash of Champions for the title. Now it looks like he will have to come up with a new effective move instead of the dangerous turnbuckle powerbomb.