WWE referee Charles Robinson commented on not making the ten count during the John Cena/Ryback bout at last night’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view event, writing on Twitter:
“To those complaining about me not counting i was in shock of what happened and was more concerned about their safety. I did what was right.”
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.
John Cena apparently refused medical treatment on Sunday night after WWE’s Extreme Rules pay-per-view went off the air.
John Cena and Ryback stepped into the ring for a Last Man Standing match at Extreme Rules with the WWE Heavyweight Championship on the line. The bout ended without a winner as Ryback and Cena were both injured after crashing through the entrance stage together. The official decision was a "no contest".
One of the biggest concerns for WWE is that there will not be enough challengers for John Cena and the heavyweight championship. Management rushed a Ryback heel turn to provide him with a new foe. The belief is that CM Punk will be utilized in a program with Cena when he returns. After that, the well appears to be pretty dry.
- John Cena commented on his Twitter absent, writing, "Sorry I have been silent lately, had a very interesting few days with some really great people! #backtowork"
- The Rock touted the success of Fast & Furious 6, writing on Twitter, "FAST 6 sets all time records in the UK/Ireland. http://bit.ly/19I8SfG #OurLoveIsMutual #BringIt"
- Speaking of Fast 6,...
There is a problem growing in the WWE recently that I don’t ever remember being this bad until now and that’s been how every match in the company has been poorly “setup” leading to a PPV match.
Ryback is a monster, a beast that is currently on the hunt in WWE. His latest target is WWE Champion John Cena, who he will be facing at Extreme Rules on May 19. The championship will be on the line in this one, but does Ryback really have a chance at winning?
-- John Cena worked tag matches on both RAW brand house shows this weekend. The word in the locker room is that Cena is moving around very well. Reportedly, he will have no problem working against Ryback at next weekend's Extreme Rules PPV unless he suffers a setback this week.
-- Mick Foley announced on his Twitter account that WWE will have cameras at his June 2 show at...
– John Cena’s house show matches against Ryback have all been changed to the six-man tag matches with Cena and Team Hell No vs. The Shield. This is being done to lessen the workload for John Cena. As previously reported, Cena will not miss any ring time and will work through his heel bruise.
– Yahoo has an article on how TNA can compete with WWE, which you can read here. Basically...