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John Cena's injury update [12/31]

WWE announced on their official website Wednesday that John Cena is being evaluated on a day-to-day basis after suffering a hip injury at a RAW live event Tuesday night in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. In an update on the matter, while he won’t be wrestling much over the next few weeks, he is not expected to be sidelined for a lengthy period of time.

Batista's look-a-like is coming to the WWE!

Reigning FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Mason Ryan, who worked SmackDown! live events this week, is expected to be called up to the main WWE roster and receive a large push from the onset. Organization officials reportedly want to utilize the Welsh grappler similarly to former WWE Champion Batista. He notably bears a striking resemblance to “The Animal.” You can click here to view a photo of Mason Ryan.


What Joey Mercury is doing now, Brock Lesner-WWE rumors

Joey Mercury, who was last seen as a member of the Straightedge Society on SmackDown! before tearing a pectoral muscle, is now working as a trainer for Florida Championship Wrestling.

UFC boss Lorenzo Fertitta ended all rumors of Brock Lesnar performing for WWE at Wrestlemania or anywhere else, by saying the following to The Los Angeles Times: “He’s under exclusive contract with us.” For what it’s worth, WWE has only offered Lesnar a deal for WrestleMania. It’s NOT a full-time return. There is also a reason we have not reported the story here as other websites have.

It also seems that Lesner has quit UFC but I don't think its confirmed yet.

The real reason why Kaval was released!

Source: The Pro Wrestling Torch

Brandon Silvestry (a/k/a Kaval/Low Ki) requested his release from World Wrestling Entertainment after being frustrated with his position in the organization. The company’s creative department was told to bury him after winning the second season of NXT, until a decision was made that he was built up for a few weeks for an Intercontinental Championship Match against Dolph Ziggler at Survivor Series. After losing at the pay-per-view event, creative was told to resume burying him.

Following his quick loss to Drew McIntyre on the Dec. 21 episode of SmackDown!, he reportedly asked WWE management if he had any heat with them, to which he was told no. He then queried if they had any future plans for him and was told they really didn’t at that time. He subsequently asked to be released from his contract, which was officially granted two days later.

Silvestry joined WWE in late 2008 while reigning as IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion in Japan. Original creative plans called for him to adopt a masked character and feud with Rey Mysterio. As he was awaiting his call-up to the main roster, he suffered a severe leg injury in January 2009, which sidelined him for nine months. Creative lost interest in utilizing the program by the time he healed and he remained in developmental until June, when it was announced he would be a participant in the second season of NXT.

Silvestry will be returning to the independent scene under his original ring name, Low Ki. Welcome back!

Update on John Cena's injury!

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross said on his twitter account that John Cena could have suffered a hip pointer during his match against Wade Barrett in Wilkes Barre, PA last night. A hip pointer is deep bruising of the pelvic bone and muscle from a hard blow to that area. The injury can also cause internal bleeding within the abdominal muscles.

It will take some time before he can do any physical activity, and the word is that breathing hard and/or laughing could cause him extreme pain. Jim Ross described Cena’s condition as “day to day.”

Although it is painful, Cena will not be out for months, and it won’t require surgery. It will prevent him from performing in-ring for the next several weeks though.

Also, WWE acknowledged the injury by posting this on their website: Last night in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., John Cena suffered a hip injury. His return to action will be evaluated on a day to day basis.