he following is the very latest on several notable WWE injuries, according to F4WOnline.com.
-With regards to John Cena, he is expected to miss more time than originally reported, and as of this writing WWE is targeting July for Cena’s ring return. Cena is known to return from injury well ahead of schedule, so it’s possible we could see him return to the ring before July. Cena is currently scheduled to make some sort of non-wrestling appearance at WrestleMania 32.
-Cesaro is replacing the injured Neville during WWE’s tour of Europe following WrestleMania 32. Cesaro previously stated he would not be cleared to compete at WrestleMania, but it looks like he will be back in the ring shortly after the big PPV.
–Luke Harper is still out of action after suffering some sort of knee injury on WWE Raw this week. Once Harper got to the backstage area following the Raw injury, he was immediately put in a wheelchair and taken to the hospital. The exact nature of Harper’s injury is still unknown, and there is no word on when he will return to the ring, but he has been pulled from this weekend’s WWE live events.
–Bray Wyatt has returned to the ring after missing about 10 days of action due to a back injury.
-FOX Sports Radio 1340 in Washington, DC is reporting Randy Orton will be returning to WWE TV next month.
–Seth Rollins revealed on social media a couple weeks ago that he has been cleared to return to training both in and out of the ring. Rollins suffered a knee injury back in November and had reconstructive surgery with a return timetable of 6-9 months.