Jim Ross comments on John Cena's injury, a seemingly permanent change to the WWE Raw broadcast team

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Apr 29, 2013 - 03:27 PM

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-Ross on John Cena: "Anxious to hear more info on the condition of John Cena's Achilles injury and what it means, if any thing, to his WWE Title defense at Extreme Rules vs. Ryback. Got a feeling that Ryback won't be too sympathetic regarding @JohnCena medical ills. Cena worked through his injury while in Europe which many would not have done but I'm under the impression that he's pushed it about as far as he can at this point in the process."

Powell's POV: And because Cena was allowed to work through the injury, I still suspect that it is either manageable in that it's something he can continue to work through. I just can't believe WWE officials would even considering allowing him to work if it meant their top star was putting himself at risk of doing more damage and turning a minor injury into a major injury that would cause him to miss ring time.

-Ross on the WWE Raw broadcast team: "Looks as if the trio of @MichaelCole @JerryLawler @JCLayfield will be the permanent, Monday Night Raw broadcast team or so it seems. I think that's a good idea with the flagship broadcast now being three hours long. Guest color commentators also don't hurt the presentation as it provides talents the opportunity to expose their personalities in a different forum."

Powell's POV: That's good news. JBL brings a lot to the conversation on Monday nights and The King is better off as a No. 3 guy on the A-show at this point in his career.

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