Backstage News: WWE Just Confirmed Another Popular Superstar’s Injury – See Who’s Injured Again

WWE has juts confirmed that popular Swiss Superman is down with a shoulder injury, a left shoulder rotator cuff and would be out of actions for four to six months.

Cesaro knew something was wrong with him, and had tried fixing things up. Unfortunately, the steps he took towards recovery didn’t fetch him the required results. Report says that Cesaro was called and informed that he tore one tendon and partially tore another one which might force him to go for surgery if the case is severe.

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Be it as it may, Cesaro’s injury came at a time where WWE probably needed his figure the most. WWE have been sinking in viewership lately owing to their top Stars going down with injury, while John Cena is off for personal reason, The Undertaker is almost off due to age and Brock Lesnar is having limited match schedule with WWE.

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Cesaro has been growing steadily in the favorability ladder and usually he makes the roster and puts up a wonderful performance until he just joined the family of Seth Rollins, Randy Orton, Sting and a host of other Superstars who are currently down with injury.

Check out his comment below:

“I just want to come back as soon as possible. I felt I was building a lot of momentum, and that was all thanks to the fans. I really appreciate all the support I’ve gotten and I’ve felt that the Cesaro Section is finally rising and it’s becoming undeniable … and then, of course, this happens. It’s funny, because I am having the surgery on the day we are in Nashville, Tenn. [for Raw], which is where the Cesaro Section originated. I was actually expecting a big Cesaro Section tonight, and I’m sure they’ll be there. Unfortunately, I’ll be getting out of surgery. [Laughs]

I will be there in spirit with them. I want to keep the momentum up when I return, and I’m sure the Section will still be there.”

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