Did John Cena Injure Himself Again On Raw?

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Tonight on Monday Night Raw, we were presented with yet another segment, dipping and dealing into the John Cena and AJ Lee; taboo love angle that they are involved in as if this is another episode of Scandal from ABC.

For the past month now, Vicki Guerrero has been on a crusade to expose that AJ Lee violated company policy by fraternizing with the talent during her time when she was in a position of authority as Monday Night Raw’s General Manager. That talent that she was accused of having relations with is none other than former WWE Champion, John Cena.

On a weekly basis Vicki has presented various video footage showing Cena and AJ canoodling with each other while at dinner and ion each other hotel suite. Tonight as Vicki was going to show her most incriminating evidence against the two stars, Cena put a stop to the plans via interruption.

Soon after, Cena and AJ showed the world their affection for each other as they embraced in a kiss. Dolph Ziggler, however, would interrupt the “From Here To Eternity” moment by attacking Cena, in what looked to be the finalization of this angle. As Cena was able to get the upper hand, Cena chased Ziggler out the ring, but it was very noticeable that Cena landed wrong on his ankle and hopped up the entrance ramp.

Cena is just returning from a shoulder injury and for him to have to deal with another injury, this time to the ankle couldnt be  more of the worst timing. Granted, ankle injuries are not as bad, but until we get a final word from a physcian, you have to wonder if this is going to alter plans, short term.

Information has been made public that it may be a torn meniscus. Somewhat similar to an injury that he sustained some years so more than likely its an only injury that has flared up. More information will be available regarding any missed action. Good thing he usually takes off for the month of December anyway.

Stay tuned to Rant Sports for more information.

 

Maurice D. Proffit is a Writer for Rant Sports

 


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