John Cena Discusses Returning From Injury, Watching as a Fan, More
Posted by Larry Csonka on 10.11.2013
See what Cena has to say…
- John Cena recently spoke abut the injury he suffered, watching as a fan and more. Here are the highlights…
On His Injury: "I didn't feel too bad when the injury happened," states Cena. "It started to really be a pain in my neck about two weeks before SummerSlam. I had to tell the greatest surgeon in the world that I have a physical therapy team that I'm extremely familiar with. In doing therapy, it's good to know that the therapist will push you. A lot of times, people are reserved or maybe scared of testing what your body is capable of. I'm not. I have complete faith in my surgeon. When it was time to test range of motion a little bit or test strength a little bit, a lot of people — if it's their first surgery — they want to wait a few weeks before they do that. I kind of want to say, "Hey I got a new arm. Let's see how it works."
On Watching as a Fan: "It's just in a greater capacity when you can no longer physically contribute," said Cena. "At all Live Events, I'm watching somewhere, whether peeking behind a curtain or peering at a TV backstage. I watch just as much WWE as almost anyone, but I love to. It's something I enjoy doing. I don't force myself to watch. I get excited for Mondays. I get excited to see the show."
On if He'll Have to Alter His In Ring Style: "If you broke down my technique, it wouldn't really take a rocket scientist to do so. I don't know how you could take something so basic and do less [laughs]."