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Mark Henry comments on John Cena's condition after car accident
The World's Strongest Man doesn't care whether John Cena is fully ready for battle following a three-car accident Monday morning in Philadelphia.
While Cena claims to be healthy enough for his match against Mark Henry on Monday night's Raw SuperShow, Henry told WWE.com that his intent to punish The Cenation Commander-in-Chief in the ring will not change one bit.
"I couldn't care less whether John Cena was in a car accident," Henry said. "Hurt, not hurt, it's all bull because he's going to be in there with me. I'm not going to take any sympathy on him at all."
The SUV that Cena was traveling in Monday morning was reportedly rear ended by a Honda Civic, which had been rear ended by a tractor trailer. Despite the scary crash, the former WWE Champion told WWE.com Monday afternoon that he's "in one piece" and that the wreck wouldn't hold him out of his scheduled match on Raw.
Even though Cena tried to assure us that he's OK, one can only wonder if he's just gutting through a more serious injury, knowing how much pressure is on him less than two weeks before a much-anticipated clash with The Rock at WrestleMania XXVIII.
Be sure to stick with WWE.com for more on this developing story, and tune into Raw SuperShow tonight to see if Cena is physically prepared to face The World's Strongest Man.