As we head toward 2015 and look back on the past 12 months the WWE has once again seen its fair share of injuries amongst its main roster talent.
From Randy Orton and Daniel Bryan to Roman Reigns there have been several top WWE superstars who have faced lengthy spells on the sidelines after suffering serious injury.
And now, with just two days remaining before the end of the year, one veteran Superstar has adding his name to the list by taking to Twitter to confirm to the WWE Universe that he is struggling with injury.
Former World Heavyweight Champion Mark Henry, who has been absent from the WWE ring without any official explanation since November, finally revealed what is continuing to keep him away from TV.
Henry did not go into detail on what has been troubling him but clearly it doesn't look like the 43-year-old is planning on making his comeback anytime soon.
Extended time out
Henry hasn't wrestled in the WWE since November 24th's RAW episode where he took on Ryback in a battle of two of the WWE's biggest men. Henry lost that match up which came just 24 hours after he was part of Team Authority in the hugely successful Survivor Series.
Henry is famous for his Sexual Chocolate character at the turn of the century and has been a major figure in the WWE for many years.
This latest injury however is only the latest in a number of issues that have hindered the big man's recent wrestling action and it means Henry will likely be on the treatment table for consecutive Januarys having been out of action in January 2014 after an altercation with Brock Lesnar.
Other injury news
There is some more positive news on the injury front elsewhere in the WWE. Daniel Bryan appeared on Monday Night Raw to let fans know that he will taking part in next month's hyped Royal Rumble.
With Bryan having been struggling with a shoulder issue virtually since taking the World Heavyweight title early in the year it will be great to see the popular WWE superstar back in the ring and competing.
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