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Cesaro Confirms Injury, Will Be Out 4-6 Months

http://www.cagesideseats.com/2014/11/21/7265389/an-investigation-into-the-potential-purposeful-misuse-of-cesaro Source: cagesideseats.com

In the wake of rumors, which started flying yesterday thanks to a Twitter comment from Jim Ross, we can now confirm that WWE Superstar Cesaro will be out of action several months with a shoulder injury. Reportedly, Cesaro has a completely torn rotator cuff, and had surgery to repair it on Monday afternoon. The expected recovery time from the injury is 4-6 months. Cesaro made some comments during an interview with WWE.com on Monday, discussing the injury.

On the injury:

“I knew something was wrong [for a while], but I thought that it was just sprained or something like that. So, I iced it and had it looked at. I was like, “Oh, I have range of motion” and didn’t necessarily have too much of a loss of strength, so I knew something got hurt, but I didn’t think it was injured, if that makes sense. I kept working out and working [in the ring] obviously, and it kept getting better, but there was still something lingering. Then I thought, “Maybe if I were to know exactly what it is, it will be easier to rehab and get it better” … and then I found out it’s a complete tear. [Laughs] So, no matter how much rehab I do, it will not reattach itself to the bone, unfortunately.”

On how long he expects to be out:

“Yeah, so here’s the good part: Thanks to the quickness of WWE, I went to see the doctor this morning and will have surgery this afternoon. The faster the better for me, because the sooner I have surgery, the sooner I’ll be back. Luckily, they got me in before Thanksgiving….It’s pretty much up in the air, and I don’t want to be quoted on a timeframe. I think the official timeframe I was told was like four to six months, but that all depends on how surgery goes, how my rehab goes and so forth.”

On the Cesaro Section and his increased connection with 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…to me, the Cesaro Section is the WWE Universe, and I really appreciate all the support. It has showed me that what I believe in, other people believe in as well. I still believe in old school values, I still believe in hard work, I still believe in wrestling, and people have showed that’s what they want to see. That’s what they enjoy, that’s what they appreciate and that’s how I have connected with them. That has helped me a lot and it’s cool to see people enjoy that. I can’t wait to get back and spread that message further.”

You can read the rest of the WWE.com interview here, and send well wishes to Cesaro on Twitter at @WWECesaro.

Stephen Randle

Stephen Randle

Stephen Randle is an avid wrestling and film fan. He's been writing about WWE, movies, and video games for Goliath since 2015.

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