Seth Rollins cashed in his Money In the Bank contract at the end of the WrestleMania 31 main event between Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns to turn the match into a triple threat, and he pinned Reigns to win the WWE World Championship for the first time in his career in one of the most thrilling finales in WrestleMania history.
Unfortnately for Rollins, he hasn't had another moment on the sport's biggest stage since - and he might have to wait until 2018 as a serious knee injury has derailed his potential showdown with Triple H in Orlando.
Rollins held the world title for more than 200 days until he suffered a torn ACL, MCL performing an ordinary sunset flip at a live event in Ireland. The injury forced Rollins out of action for seven months, and kept him out of the biggest WrestleMania of all time in Dallas.
Monday night on Raw, Rollins is scheduled to give an interview and address his immediate future - which means fans will likely find out whether Rollins will have recovered in time for WrestleMania 33 this April.
The timing of Rollins heartbreaking injury couldn't have been worse. Just as an eventual match with Triple H - a potential main event for the entire show - was close to becoming a reality, Rollins re-injured the same surgically repaired knee as he was attacked by a debuting Samoa Joe on Raw.
According to WWE, Rollins suffered an MCL tear to his right knee, but did not specify the severity of the tear. MCL injuries are typically less severe than ACL tears, and athletes can sometimes recover in the span of a few weeks.
Should Rollins be ruled out for WrestleMania, it'd be a huge blow to WWE in general - but more importantly, it would be incredibly cruel for Rollins, who would be missing his second consecutive WrestleMania.