WWE round-up: Randy Orton suffered shoulder injury whilst taking out the trash

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Getting propelled into a turnbuckle, hit with a steel chair or maybe thrown of the roof of a cage. They’re all things fans would expect to potentially cause injuries to pro-wrestlers. Taking the trash out? Probably not so much. But that’s exactly what happened to Randy Orton, according to new reports, who has had to pull out of the upcoming Hell in a Cell with a dislocated shoulder. Yes, you did hear that right, Orton is believed to have been taking trash to the curb when his shoulder popped out of place. It was three whole hours before it was put back in. Meanwhile, he hasn’t even taken his sabbatical from the WWE yet but John Cena’s return match is already being advertised. The United States champion is being scripted as featuring on December 26 in New York’s Madison Square Garden, though as of yet it remains unclear whether or not he’ll keep his belt for the duration of his absence from the organisation.


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