Tuesday, August 20, 2013

WWE: John Cena to undergo triceps surgery

WWE: John Cena to undergo triceps 
surgery; out for 4 to 6 months!


On Monday’s Raw, John Cena revealed he is suffering from a torn triceps.

"I cannot put off my surgery any longer. Tonight I leave the WWE," Cena said while praising Daniel Bryan for beating him fairly and squarely at SummerSlam.

"John has been dealing with a large left elbow bursitis,” said WWE's Dr. Michael Sampson. "We did an MRI which showed a partial triceps tear. Being the warrior that he is, he did not want to have surgery [forcing him to cancel his SummerSlam match].”

"After SummerSlam, John agreed with us to have surgery this week with WWE's Dr. James Andrews. He will begin physical therapy after that.”

Cena is expected to be out of action for four to six months.

Stay with WWE.com for more on the condition of the 11-time WWE Champion.
  
Source: wwe.com

15 comments:

  1. John Cena is better,and is gonna come back unstoppable against anybody without a doubt

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  2. JOHN CENA I LOVE U.... HOPE U GET BETTER!!!!!!!!!!! THE CHAMP IS HERE!!!!! HE'S GONA BE BETTER THAN EVER!!!!!!!!! YOU'R R GONA BE WWE CHAMPION AGAIN!!!

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  3. I hope you get better cenation don't never give up keep fighting throgh it I love you too!!!!!
    Get well so John.

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  4. the champ will face Del Rio at hell in a cell ,but the arm breaker is dangerous after triceps surgery..

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