Seth Rollins On If Match With Sting Was Supposed To Be Sting's Last, Breaking John Cena's Nose

On Monday Seth Rollins joined CBS Atlanta 92.8's The Game Mornings with Hugh Jackson and John Fricke. Rollins was interviewed for 19+ minutes discussing topics such as his pay per view match with WWE Hall of Famer Sting and breaking John Cena's nose.


"I remember I just crushed his nose and he was just disfigured and dismembered," Rollins said of breaking Cena's nose. "I was shocked he made it to SummerSlam healthy as he did."

Rollins was then asked if he said sorry for the accidental injury.

"I apologized profusely," Rollins said. "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."

Rollins continued later saying, "Wrestling is as real as it gets when it comes to injuries."

Another topic discussed was Rollins' match with WWE Hall of Famer Sting at the 2015 edition of Night of Champions.

"That was certainly not planned to be his final match, but either way it was an honor," Rollins noted. "He's an incredible dude. One thing about Steve [Sting] is that he's one of the most humble superstars I've ever met."