Despite suffering some sort of injury a couple of days earlier, John Cena continued to work matches at the live events over the weekend. The former world heavyweight champion has a history of working through injuries as much as he possibly can because he genuinely does not want to disappoint the paying audience. It also saves WWE from having to offer refunds to fans who paid to see Cena.
September 6, 2015
Since he is still the top draw in the company, WWE collectively gasps whenever John Cena gets hurt or appears to get hurt. Over the weekend, the former world heavyweight champion worked a match against Kevin Owens at a live event. While performing his modified sunset flip, he appeared to have suffered some sort of injury. Reports are saying that it could be a neck or nose injury. Cena managed to finish the match.
September 5, 2015
In a sign that his broken nose injury might be a lot more serious than the internet wrestling community believes, John Cena has not only been pulled from live events and telvision, the United States Heavyweight Champion has also been removed from the upcoming tour of Australia. That is a pretty serious move because WWE knows that Cena is quite the draw in that country.
July 31, 2015
Over the weekend, John Cena worked a live event in Louisiana. While delivering the Attitude Adjustment to Wade Barrett, his nose ended up being busted. The United States Heavyweight Champion grabbed a towel immediately after the match. He then got on the microphone to let the fans know about his injury. Despite the damage done to his face, the belief is that Cena will still be more than willing to work Money in the Bank.
June 8, 2015
In yet another sign of how much of a company guy that he is, John Cena revealed that he has been working this past week with a fever. That has not prevented him from working matches for WWE and working out hard at the gym. The feeling is that he will not take time away from the road unless he is suffering from a major injury. Cena worked the tour of Europe despite receiving a pretty serious eye injury during a match with Cody Rhodes.
April 23, 2015
In the fifth match at Wrestlemania, John Cena successfully defeated Rusev and captured the United States Heavyweight Championship. He did so by shoving his opponent into Lana, who was knocked down from the apron. As Cena celebrated in the ring, the Russian sympathizer berated his blonde bombshell without showing any signs of concerns about her ankle injury before abandoning her at ringside. She was helped by the referee.
March 29, 2015
Some further details have been revealed about the eye injury that John Cena is trying to work through, and it sounds like it is actually worse than what everyone initially thought. The scratched cornea was the injury that was reported, but now word coming out of backstage is that Cena is also suffering through a ruptured blood vessel as well. The former world heavyweight champion is in a lot of discomfort, but he will still try to work Fast Lane.
February 18, 2015
For those of you that are wondering, John Cena legitimately does have an eye injury. He has a scratched cornea, which is basically a tear on the surface of the eye. It is an injury that the former world heavyweight champion has suffered many times before. Cena is more than willing to work through the injury, so WWE opted to include it into his story line with Rusev, so that the Russian sympathizer can gain more heel heat.
February 12, 2015
In one of the best matches in the history of the Royal Rumble, Brock Lesnar successfully retained the WWE Heavyweight Championship by pinning Seth Rollins after an F5. John Cena had been knocked out by a beautifully and masterfully executed Phoenix Splash from Rollins. Lesnar was made to look especially strong in the match because he came back to win after coming close to being stretched out because of a story line rib injury.
January 25, 2015