This is incredible. The end of 2015 was a difficult time for WWE with genuine wounds to Randy Orton, Seth Rollins, Cesaro and then some. Be that as it may, it would appear that 2016 won’t be much less demanding for WWE.
On a week ago’s Monday Night Raw, John Cena made his arrival to WWE programming, and he tested Alberto Del Rio for the United States Championship. Cena went ahead to lose the match because of obstruction from the League of Nations.
The conviction was that Cena would keep on pursuing Del Rio and the US Champion on the development to the “Illustrious Rumble” and he’d undoubtedly hold fast in the “Imperial Rumble”. On the other hand, that is all dead at this point.
John Cena posted the accompanying on Twitter demonstrating that he has endured a critical harm and needs real surgery:
Rather upside down start to 2016 as tomorrow I will head to Birmingham for shoulder surgery. Life’s full of set backs but #nevergiveup
— John Cena (@JohnCena) January 7, 2016
PWInsider.com is reporting that John Cena is experiencing a torn rotator sleeve, and he is totally going to miss WrestleMania 32. WWE’s innovative arrangements were for Cena to confront The Undertaker in a gigantic match for the card. On the other hand, those arrangements are clearly done for starting at this point.
WWE is not just must change every single imaginative arrangement for Cena, yet now they’re going to need to conform their arrangements for Undertaker at Wrestlemania 32 too.
Starting now, there is no arrival date, however John Cena will be getting surgery at the earliest opportunity.