The hits just keep on coming for the walking wounded superstars of WWE. It was announced today through an exclusive interview with WWE.com that Cesaro would be out of action for 4-6 months following a torn rotator cuff. Cesaro explained that his injury actually occurred over two months ago but that he didn’t think it was too bad until recently. An MRI was done for precautionary measures and it that’s when the tear was identified.
Cesaro noted that he was actually already having the surgery done this afternoon. It’s a really tough break for one of the most consistent performers in WWE. Cesaro was really picking up momentum with the “Cesaro Section” movement which was something that started pretty organically a few months ago in Nashville, Tennessee (Ironically enough the place of Monday Night Raw tonight). Aside from that Cesaro was having some of the best matches in WWE over the past three years or so, most recently a number of Raw main events against John Cena.
Cesaro’s injury couldn’t have come at a worse time for WWE, who is already without Seth Rollins (Torn ACL/MCL) and Randy Orton (dislocated shoulder). F4wonline.com reported last night that Cesaro was supposed to have been in the traditional survivor series match that aired during the pre show but was replaced by Titus O’Neil once his injury was discovered. Once we hear any update on Cesaro’s health and possible return date, we’ll have that for you right here on thedailyspotlight.com .
To read the full interview with Cesaro about his health, you can do some right here http://www.wwe.com/inside/cesaro-injured-interview-28238589