How was John Cena's surgery? update on his WrestleMania 32 status
WWE and ardent Cena fanatics were in for a major blow when the news about John Cena's shoulder injury broke out – which is set to keep him on the sidelines for 6-9 months.
John Cena successfully underwent a surgery to fix his problematic shoulder on Thursday in Birmingham, Alabama. WWE posted this photo on their Twitter handle:
According to reports from Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the reason behind Cena’s injury is said to be either a torn rotator cuff or a torn labrum. John Cena joins his training partner Cesaro in the long list of stars who’ve suffered a shoulder related injury.
Even though the exact details of Cena’s condition has been kept under wraps, backstage word is that the surgery was Cena’s first priority and he wanted to get done with it at the earliest.
The prescribed healing time for an injury such as this is said to be a minimum of 6 months, but considering Cena’s knack of getting back from an injury well before the notified period – expect the possibility of Cena to make it back in time for WrestleMania 32.
Cena is said to be open for a return at WrestleMania 32, but WWE is not keen on bringing him back soon, as it carries the risk of aggravating his shoulder.
The Cenation leader has been plagued with shoulder issues for a while now, and the rigorous training methods of his might have worsened the condition. At the moment, Cena is not scheduled to be at WrestleMania 32 and WWE would assess the situation once he starts his rehabilitation.