At press time, John Cena confirmed that he will be undergoing shoulder surgery on 1/7.
The injury is believed to be either a torn labrum or a torn rotator cuff. We’ve been told both from those within the company. This comes shortly after frequent training partner Cesaro had recent surgery for a torn rotator cuff. It continues the large number of shoudler injuries and surgeries in WWE over the past year.
No other details are available past that the normal recuperation period from that surgery is in excess of six months, so whatever plans there were regarding Cena, the Royal Rumble, and WrestleMania, are now out the window. When Seth Rollins went down with knee surgery, the WrestleMania plan was for Roman Reigns defending the WWE title against Cena. We do know that plan had changed and a new card had been made with different matches for both men, although because the company is so sensitiva, nobody would confirm anything past that.
The only other details we have is that Cena wanted the surgery done as soon as possible. He had been having nagging shoulder problems and it had gotten worse while training. Cena has been known to make remarkable and what are almost thought to be physically impossible comebacks from surgeries in the past.
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