John Cena tweet raises concerns about his serious injury

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John Cena is arguably the biggest WWE star of the last decade and has millions of fans all around the World.

The leader of the 'Cenation' is also a huge draw for fans and still sells tickets and merchandise like no other in the WWE, despite nearing his 40's and having been on our television screens for almost 14 years now. 

The WWE need Cena badly, which is why they - and the rest of the WWE Universe - will be troubled by Cena's latest tweet, following a big operation.


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Cena was forced to undergo surgery on his shoulder last week after suffering a torn rotator cuff while working out in the gym. 

The operation is a real severe one and the 15-time WWE World Champion is expected to miss around six months while he rehabs it. Well, Cena sent out a tweet today that sounded like he could spend even longer on the sidelines.

"Day 6 post operation," the superstar wrote. "Movement is very good but because a giant chunk of cartilage was missing, this one may take a bit. #nevergiveup"

Judging by the severity of his tweet, and the timeline that other stars have come back in from similar surgery, we might not be seeing Cena in action for a while. Whilst we may have gotten used to Super Cena coming back from injury quicker than anybody else, that probably won't be happening this time for the 38-year-old.

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