Seth Rollins Talks About Undergoing Stem Cell Treatment To Avoid Surgery

Seth “Freakin'” Rollins recently appeared as a guest on the “IMPAULSIVE with Logan Paul” podcast for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling.

During the discussion, the WWE World Heavyweight Champion spoke about how he has dealt with several injuries, as well as how he has undergone stem cell treatment to avoid surgery.

Featured below are some of the highlights.

On training regiments he’s been doing to avoid further damage: “Honestly I just do my same thing (Rollins responded when asked if he’s doing anything different to preserve his body). I try to just change my training up based on how I feel and it’s constant injuries, you know? My knee’s been bugging me since before WrestleMania. I was having issues with that. My neck been acting up, my lower back has been at me since 2019. Probably should get some surgery on that but trying to just do whatever I can to make sure I don’t need it because I have a couple of stress fractures back there.”

On how he’s avoided surgery by undergoing stem cell treatment: “So I tried some stem cells. I’ve done a couple of stem cell treatments and I found that they were temporarily helpful, and I wasn’t taking time off so I wasn’t just idling while I was on the stem cells. I was still working pretty much a full-time schedule with WWE so I found that temporarily helpful, but long-term, it kind of had faded off a little bit so I’d say I got about maybe four, five months of, ooooh, okay, alright.”

Check out the complete interview via the YouTube player embedded below. H/T to for transcribing the above quotes.