WWE News: Seth Rollins To Appear On 'Monday Night RAW'?

Former WWE World Heavyweight champion Seth Rollins is being advertised to appear on tomorrow night's Slammy Awards edition of RAW, according to Wrestling News.

The Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota -- the site of RAW -- is advertising an appearance from the "Architect of The Shield."

Rollins, 29, has been out of action since he tore his ACL, MCL, and medial meniscus during a live event match in Dublin, Ireland, on Nov. 4 against Kane. The injury required surgery and is expected to keep Rollins out for six-to-nine months.Rollins' 221-day reign as champion ended due to the injury as well.

In an exclusive interview with WWE.com, Rollins promised the WWE Universe that he will be back stronger than ever.

"I'll be back stronger and better than I was before. That's a guarantee. You ain't seen nothing yet."

It's been just under two months since the injury, so Rollins will likely not be healthy enough to return until May at the earliest. Wrestling News' report speculates that if Rollins appear, he'll likely be either accepting or presenting a Slammy award.

After cashing in Money in the Bank at Wrestlemania 31, defending the title against the likes of Randy Orton, Dean Ambrose, Brock Lesnar, John Cena, Sting, and Kane -- Rollins is a strong candidate for Superstar of the Year.

Mark Suleymanov

Sports Journalist.