Apparently, even though he can't wrestle, doesn't mean he won't be at Monday night's Raw in Albany, NY.
On Thursday, the leader of Cenation took to Twitter with the following:
Ultimately, I am a bit surprised, as Cena could stand some time off and it would allow the WWE to turn the page and start a new feud for CM Punk. I get that Cena is a hard worker and team player—however, there is something to be said for overkill.
Let's face it, every other wrestler that suffers a legit injury stays away and takes time off. I am sure I am not alone here when I say, this is the most obvious choice for Cena.
It will allow him to not only properly heal, but give fans a chance to miss him. I, for one, feel Cena has done a tremendous job of staying healthy and working through minor injuries to assure the WWE kept it's momentum post-WrestleMania.
So to me, regardless of what he or the WWE wants, it's time for him to take a good month off and recharge his batteries.
In the end, Cena is probably going to be on-air throughout this injury due to him being the face of the WWE's new partnership with Susan G. Komen for the Cure. And it's for that reason alone that I, and many fans, should let this one slide.