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Cena injured on Monday Night Raw

CLEVELAND -- "No matter how serious, the injury, one way or another I'll be ready to compete on Sunday." -- John Cena in his locker room after Raw

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Superstars react to Cena's injury

With John Cena's torn pectoral muscle taking him out of ring action for the next six to eight months, he has no choice but to relinquish his WWE Championship. So what does that mean come No Mercy this Sunday, the Last Man Standing Match against No. 1 Contender Randy Orton, or the landscape of Raw? These are all questions that must be answered in the ensuing days ahead, but WWE.com got a head-start at a WWE live event by asking several SmackDown and ECW Superstars to weigh in with their comments.

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Cena out with pec tear, must surrender WWE Championship

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- WWE Champion John Cena has suffered a complete tear of his right pectoral tendon and is heading into surgery, according to noted orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews. Because of the seriousness of the injury, WWE officials will not allow Cena to compete this Sunday at No Mercy, and he will have no choice but to surrender the title.

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Fans react to John Cena's injury

After news broke that John Cena would be out of action for 6-8 months because of a torn pec and would have to surrender the WWE Championship, our fans on hand at tonight's ECW event in Dayton, Ohio, had an immediate -- and varied -- reaction.

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The Samoan strikes back at The Game

When Mr. McMahon wants to teach a Superstar a lesson, he brings in the heavy equipment. Tonight in Cleveland, Triple H got a taste of McMahon's mental chicanery, as well as a beating from a Bulldozer.

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The Manny Diaries

CLEVELAND -- As babysitting assignments go, this one was a doozy. On Monday night, Raw General Manager William Regal did his best Mary Poppins impersonation when he was forced to play male nanny, or "manny," to Hornswoggle.

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Cleveland Indians at Raw

CLEVELAND -- Rain poured on the crowd of WWE and Cleveland fans who gathered tonight at Gateway Plaza -- an enclosed area between Jacobs Field and the Quicken Loans Arena, home of tonight's Raw. The weather was gloomy, but the excitement of the Indians fans that came to "Rally Monday" to celebrate the Tribe's first post-season appearance since 2001 was something that couldn't be waterlogged.

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Power struggle

CLEVELAND -- When Hornswoggle learned he was a McMahon -- and the power that went with it -- it was as if he'd been handed the keys to the family car. With a little help from a booster seat and a stick to reach the pedals, the little guy can now steer the WWE in any direction he sees fit -- just like his dear old dad, Mr. McMahon.

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Dangerous last match for Last Man Standing

For the first time ever -- and with his Last Man Standing Match with Randy Orton at No Mercy less than a week away -- WWE Champion John Cena will battle Mr. Kennedy tonight on Raw.

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WWE Mobile on AT&T exclusive video

WWE.com caught up with Randy Orton after Raw, and subscribers to WWE Mobile on AT&T were first to hear his comments. Here's your chance to hear Orton's post-Raw comments.

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