WWE legend Brett Hart has been known to make controversial comments and one guy he has targeted recently is Seth Rollins.
The “Hitman” took a swipe at Rollins, questioning his ring talent, which he deems reckless. Hart initially singled out that incident where Rollins inadvertently broke John Cena’s nose, which he believes could have been avoided had the WWE producers been more careful, the Wrestling Observer reported.
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By now most are aware that Rollins has been the center of several other so-called accidents. One was the celebrated WWE Night of Champions match involving Sting. The damage that Rollins inflicted was glaring from the match alone, powerbombing the WCW legend several times on the ring turnbuckle.
That eventually led to Sting’s retirement, cutting short his stint with the WWE.
The latest is the one involving Finn Balor. The only difference this time around was that the powerbomb was made outside the ring and through the barricade. “The Demon King” was in obvious pain and it turned out serious when the smoke cleared.
Balor was forced to give up the WWE Universal title as he is likely to be out for between four to eight months due to a shoulder injury. From there, it would only be a matter of time before Hart would come out and stress that he was right about Rollins.
“I take no great pleasure in saying ‘I told you so,’ but 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,” Hart said in a statement via Wrestlezone.
He adds that while Rollins is a talented wrestler, it may all boil down to how the WWE manages him moving forward. But the bottom line here is that other WWE stars are getting hurt and sidelined, something that could eventually hurt the company in the long run.