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At last night’s Extreme Rules PPV, we witnessed John Cena overcome the man who made his return just four week ago and attacked him, Brock Lesnar.The leader of the Cenation may not be the one who left in the best shape though as WWE is reporting that he was injured during the match.
John Cena’s victory over Brock Lesnar came with a steep price, as WWE.com has learned the Cenation leader suffered an injured left arm in his Extreme Rules Match against the wrecking machine at Extreme Rules in Chicago.Lesnar made it a point to punish Cena’s arm in their hotly anticipated bout at Chicago’s sold-out Allstate Arena, trapping his arm in a Kimura Lock halfway through their show-stopping clash.
And while Cena – who also took an elbow in the opening moments of the match that split his head open – beat Lesnar by a narrow margin with an Attitude Adjustment on the steel steps, it appears he has ended up the worse for wear despite the victory.
After cracking Lesnar in the face with his trademark chain to set up an AA on the steel steps, Cena got the pin after arguably the most brutal match of his career and in the recent memory of the WWE.
Even though winning the battle in defeating Brock Lesnar, Cena did not win the war as it was visible noticeable that he had suffered a possible injury to his left arm during the match Sunday night.
As for the injuries suffered in the Extreme Rules match, it was a normal sight to see Cena busted open from ear to ear in the earlier stages of his career in the WWE so the laceration is nothing, but it might need a few stitches in his head.
Extreme Rules Results Update on John Cena Injury During Match with Brock Lesnar.With the possible torn muscle in his left arm, I truly believe that during the middle of the match as Lesnar locked Cena in a Kimura, a submission that usually is saved for MMA, that all but curtained did the damage to the arm of Cena.
doctors confirmed that Cena has sustained multiple muscle strains but suffered no permanent structural damage. “The most obvious injury was the laceration to his head, which caused a substantial amount of bleeding,” WWE locker room physician Dr. Chris Amann told WWE.com following the Extreme Rules Match on Sunday night. “He also suffered a shoulder injury.”
Cena is still scheduled to appear on Monday night’s Raw SuperShow, which takes place live at 9/8 CT on USA Network.