A lot of discussion has been had by the internet wrestling community this week about WWE banning Seth Rollins from using the Curb Stomp finisher because it is deemed as being dangerous. During a recent interview, Triple H revealed that there is a move that he has always been afraid to sell. The former world heavyweight champion revealed that he has frequently refused to sell the move where he rams his shoulders into the ring post.
April 23, 2015
Due to the extremely negative reaction from the internet wrestling community, WWE has been denying the rumors that they are banning the Curb Stomp. Everyone that watched Seth Rollins wrestled this week saw that he used a new finishing move during his match against Dolph Ziggler. The front office has been telling people that they wanted Rollins to have a move that can be done on anyone. Ironically, the Curb Stomp also fit that bill.
April 22, 2015
Due mainly to the negative response from fans, WWE has been forced to keep Roman Reigns away from the top spot. That is the reason why he is stuck in a feud with the Big Show at the moment. At one point in time, management had plans for Reigns to work a stall program with Kane. That feud is most likely to happen if they change their minds about having Reigns work a triple threat title match with Seth Rollins and Randy Orton at Payback.
April 21, 2015
While WWE has done a solid job of trying to make us believe that Randy Orton has a chance of walking away with the world heavyweight championship at Extreme Rules, the current plan consists of Seth Rollins retaining the belt. He more than likely will be cheating to get that done. Since the front office doesn't want to do a straight up rematch, the belief is that Roman Reigns will be thrown into the mix at Payback in a triple threat match.
April 21, 2015
Reports have surfaced that WWE has decided to ban the Curb Stomp finishing move that Seth Rollins uses. The company is saying that the move is too risky, which is basically a public relations ploy because they do not want the concussion critics to use this as ammunition against them. No word yet on what move Rollins plans to use as his finisher now. There is a slight chance that management changes their mind because of the fan response.
April 20, 2015