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John Cena updates WWE Universe on knee injury
After twice clashing with Dolph Ziggler on Monday Night Raw in Dayton, Ohio, John Cena suffered what medical personnel believed could be a torn meniscus in his left knee. Requiring further medical evaluation, the Cenation leader underwent an MRI early Tuesday morning, and tweeted the following updates on his condition shortly thereafter:
As Cena kissed AJ Lee in the middle of the ring on Monday night — seemingly with intent to end Raw Managing Supervisor Vickie Guerrero’s humiliating indictment of the former Raw General Manager — Dolph Ziggler launched a heinous sneak attack on the 12-time World Champion. Cena chased The Showoff out of the arena after the cheap shot, but a bad landing when Cena jumped out of the ring seemed to hobble him as he limped up the entrance ramp.
A bathroom stall–dismantling locker room brawl between Cena and Ziggler later in the night would only exacerbate Cena’s injury, as Mr. Money in the Bank viciously targeted Cena’s bandaged knee. Fellow Superstars and WWE officials broke up the fight, but the damage had clearly been done.
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Although Cena is optimistic about this “good news, bad news scenario,” his recovery time remains unknown. Will Cena require time away from the ring? Perhaps the only person who can answer that question is Cena himself, who has never backed down from a fight during his historic 10-year career as a WWE Superstar.
Stay with WWE.com as more updates on the status of Cena’s injury become available.