Seth Rollins is a highly accomplished professional wrestler in WWE, having achieved multiple world championship titles and taken part in iconic feuds with some of the biggest names in the company. He is widely considered to be one of the top talents in the industry, known for his impressive athleticism and in-ring abilities. That being said, he once injured John Cena in a huge way and it seems he profusely apologized to Cena after the incident.

Seth Rollins is regarded as one of the most gifted in-ring competitors of all time in WWE, especially due to his consistent performance in all of his matches. However, he was also the subject of a lot of criticism in the past.

On the July 27, 2015 episode of RAW, Seth Rollins infamously broke John Cena’s nose during a match by accidentally kneeing him in the face. Three months later, Rollins’ finishing move, the Buckle Bomb, became a topic of controversy when Sting suffered a neck injury while taking the move during a match.

While speaking on CBS Atlanta 92.8’s The Game Mornings, The Visionary talked about his major accident. Rollins revealed that he profusely apologized to Cena after breaking his nose.

“I apologized profusely. John Cena and I wrestled a million times and every once in a while you’d get a clunker in there. But this one was just, for some reason, I just made real contact with his face, and rearranged it pretty bad.”

Cena did not get mad at Rollins and the two clearly got along right after the incident. Regardless, Seth Rollins is much more mature as a performer and fans all around the world respect his ability now.

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