While the former 15-time WWE champion gave it his all to recover by Wrestlemania 32 - where he was rumored to face The Undertaker - the timing of his injury did not give him the proper time to heal.
Based on previous rumors, it was predicted that John Cena may make a surprise return at this year's WrestleMania interfering in the match between Shane McMahon and The Undertaker. If Cena were out until late July, he could return at the Battleground pay-per-view on July 24th.
Not every WWE fan wants to see John Cena at WrestleMania 32, but the simple fact is he can sell tickets and move merchandise.
Cena looks on in disbelief after being pinned by The Rock at Wrestlemania 28.
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For those who may not know, earlier this month, Cena already revealed that he will not be wrestling at the upcoming pay-per-view due to an injury but that does not necessarily mean that he won't be showing up entirely. Back in 2007, Cena suffered a pectoral muscle injury and was slated to be out of action for over a year.
For several weeks in February, John Cena played with our belief in his myth to drive headlines about his rehabilitation from shoulder surgery.
This will be the first time since 2003 when Cena will not feature wrestling at a WrestleMania.
Even though the Cena-Undertaker match can't happen this time around, it could still be "Wrestlemania 33's" headliner, and what better way to set that future match up than by having the epic feud begin as early as this year. Wyatt Family members Luke Harper (knee) and Bray Wyatt (back) are also dealing with injuries. However, when the event is over, several top notch reinforcements will be on their way.