John Cena Arm Veins

John Cena Arm Veins

If you’re a fan of John Cena, you may have noticed that his arm has a pretty odd shape lately. After Monday night’s show, his arm looked like it was rolled up with fluid. It was so bad that WWE announced that Cena would begin his rehab immediately. However, he might not make it back in time for the Royal Rumble. He could be out for a couple of months, which means he’d be at a disadvantage against his opponents.

Cena has always had a knack for lifting heavy, which is not a surprise considering he has a long wrestling career. However, his use of performance enhancers has been a bit more discreet than the steroid craze that has engulfed the sport. Although there’s no specific record of him using steroids, he’s done the same with other perks of the job, including a hefty dose of stem cells from aborted babies. That said, no one is going to be in a rush to call the guy a drug dealer, as Vince McMahon owns most of the stocks in his portfolio. In fact, his bêtes noire of a rival Randy Orton has failed several wellness tests.

There’s no doubt that Cena has the genetics to churn out a mean bod, but it’s his physique that has kept him at the top of the ladder for so long. For the past few years, he’s beaten the competition at the top of the card, which includes the likes of Triple H, Kevin Owens, and Randy Orton. Not to mention the fact that he’s been snagging the best titles in the industry, including the WWE championship. Now that he’s back in the mix, the WWE could reap some of the rewards of his resurgence.

The most important thing is that he’s off the injury table and out of the hospital. Aside from the fact that his arm isn’t in tip-top shape, he’s likely going to miss out on a lot of the big-name bouts, including those with Brock Lesnar and a possible match up against Chris Jericho. While he’s not on the road yet, he’s slated to return on October 6 in Melbourne, Australia. With that in mind, there’s no reason to expect him to perform to his usual standards. But the question remains: will he be the star of the show when he returns?

The best part is that John Cena’s return will likely be seen as a win for the company, which is no small feat. This is especially true given how he was able to turn a bad situation into a victory, and then take the WWE championship away from the house of horrors, Triple H.

He’s also got his eye on a title shot against Owens in October, and that’s definitely something to look forward to. But, he’ll have to work harder to get his arms to match the rest of his body. As a matter of fact, he’s already got his eyes on the prize, and it’s not hard to imagine that he’ll be putting on more weight to get back into the game.

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