Conflicting Reports Regarding Cena Injury
PWInsider.com noted moments ago that John Cena is indeed legitimately injured, and he announced to the live crowd at last night's house show in South Carolina that he is suffering from a strained groin.
The report also noted WWE wanted to keep Cena off this weekend's house shows but he refused and insisted on working the events.
Dave Meltzer of The Wrestling Observer, however, is now reporting that Cena is not suffering from any legitimate injury, and he is simply selling the Wyatt Family attack from Raw this week. Meltzer added there was no suggestion from WWE doctors that he not work this weekend's live events, and neither his groin nor knee are actually injured.
We will continue to provide the latest on this developing story as it becomes available.
This Week's WWE Twitter Rating
According to F4WOnline.com, last night's edition of WWE SmackDown ranked #2 for the night in Nielsen's new Twitter TV ratings.
The show took in a unique audience of 569,700, which represents the number of Twitter accounts that commented on the show. The show had a total of 1.836 million impressions, which represents the number of times the show was tweeted about.
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