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After his Last Man Standing Match with Ryback at Extreme Rules Sunday, WWE Champion John Cena went against doctors’ orders and decided not to go to the hospital. On Tuesday, WWE.com spoke with WWE physician Dr. Michael Sampson to get an update on The Champ’s condition.
“He’s surprisingly doing well,” Sampson stated. “He does have multiple contusions and is pretty banged up from that match, but he is actually doing better than anticipated.”
As for a recovery timeline, Sampson described it as “day by day,” adding that he does not anticipate any problems that would hinder the process.
Check back with WWE.com for any future medical updates on the WWE Champion as they become available.
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John Cena apparently refused medical treatment on Sunday night after WWE’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view went off the air.
For those who missed the WWE Extreme Rules post-show last night, John Cena refused a trip to the hospital and got up off the stretcher before it was loaded into the ambulance. Cena tore his neck brace off and walked off with the help of a trainer.
WWE is promising medical updates on Cena, Ryback, Triple H and others on tonight’s RAW.
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