John Cena rips on WWE.COM editors for spreading false information

John Cena ripped on the WWE.COM team for giving false information on his estimated recovery time following his elbow surgery this week.

The WWE.COM report stated that Cena would be out of action for only two to three weeks when in reality Cena said it would take six weeks to go back to wrestling.

“Some #jackwagon from @wwe dotcom apparently posted me recovering in 14 days,” Cena tweeted. “I apologize on behalf of a website whos credibility is now equal to #theonion,” he added, referring to the popular TheOnion.com website which spoofs everyday news.

Cena promised that he’ll do his best to get healthy as quickly as he can, adding that he would be appearing on RAW but will lay low for the next six weeks till he heals up. He said he’ll send photos and videos to the WWE.COM crew so they can see how bad the surgery was.

He closed his rant with a suggestion to the dot com team which is headed by Joey Styles. “Please @wwe web guys, get your monkey frankin facts straight!”

Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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