The Man is coming home — whether he’s ready or not. Seth Rollins’ status for WrestleMania has been up in the air ever since Samoa Joe attacked him and re-injured his knee a few weeks ago, and The Architect initially didn’t seem optimistic on Raw about his status for The Show of Shows. In Rollins’ first appearance since his injury, he was the picture of pity. He hobbled down to the ring on a crutch, expressing regret over allying with Triple H in the first place and half-heartedly informing interviewer Corey Graves that he probably wouldn’t be cleared in time for April 2.
Then Triple H showed up. The King of Kings sauntered to the ring to salt Rollins’ wounds. He even brought out Joe for backup so he could talk trash (“I used you up and spit you out — so friggin’ what?”) without fear of reprisal. Triple H delivered a final warning that Rollins best stay away from WrestleMania, or it would be the last thing he ever did. And Rollins snapped, promising Triple H he would be at WrestleMania regardless of whether the doctors cleared him, and if appearing in Orlando, Fla., was indeed the last thing he did in WWE, he would take The Game down with him.