WWE releases some gory images from John Cena's shoulder surgery

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The WWE Universe was shocked yesterday by the news that John Cena had suffered a serious injury.

The 15-time WWE World Champion suffered a torn rotator cuff while working out and it was revealed he needed surgery to correct the issue - which would keep him out of action for a minimum of six months, missing WrestleMania 32 in the process.

Well, Cena underwent the surgery yesterday and WWE.com released some pictures from the successful operation today.


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Interestingly, fellow WWE star Cesaro visited Cena in the hospital before his operation. The Swiss Superman suffered a similar injury and had the same operation back in November, so it was either a case of incredible coincidence or having a friend in there to talk him through what it's like.

I'm going to hazard a guess that it was just a coincidence and Cesaro was getting rehab, though.

Anyway, let's take a look at some of the gory pictures that the WWE decided to publish from the operating theatre...

The WWE is going to be a very different place without Cena for the next few months, with Alberto Del Rio now unchallenged for the United States Championship heading into the Royal Rumble.

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