John Cena looked to have suffered several nasty injuries in his brutal Extreme Rules match against Brock Lesnar in last night's pay-per-view main event which left both men bloody and bruised.
On camera, Cena looked to have broken his arm and suffered severe damage to his mouth from the blows he took in the match. Although Cena managed to be victorious when he hit the Attitude Adjustment on the steps for the surprise pinfall, Cena took to the mic after the match and gave the Chicago Fans what sounded like a retirement speech.
He said that he would probably get fired for speaking so candidly but it looked like he was going to have to go away for a while and perhaps this was his last ride.
We'll have more on the story as news comes through but WWE.com posted the following on their website after the match regarding Cena's injury and confirming that he will be on RAW tomorrow night.
John Cena has been the babyface hero of WWE for the better part of a decade, but the possibility of turning Cena heel has been discussed much more seriously than in the past, according to the PWTorch. Vince McMahon made it clear when the idea was previously broached that it would not even be considered due to the tremendous amount of revenue Cena draws via merchandise. While there doesn't appear to be any firm plan in place, McMahon has since changed his tune on the subject as he is now open to listening to suggestions. Meanwhile, this week's issue of FF4Weekly adds that there is 'strong talk' of a turning Cena heel come WrestleMania season.