In the past few weeks the WWE has lost two of it's top superstars and baby-faces in Sheamus and now John Cena. On Monday Night Raw Cena himself revealed that he can no longer hold off having surgery and will wind up being out of action for four to six months.
The WWE Universe can be content in the notion that the current storyline of Daniel Bryan struggling to overcome the odds in trying to regain his, albeit very brief, WWE Championship against Randy Orton backed by the McMahon family will become the major angle going forward. We say that because with John Cena, recognized as the top dog of the WWE, will be having surgery soon to repair a partially torn triceps and heal a large left elbow bursitis, according to WWE.com. Since that storyline should certainly continue through 'Survivor Series' and possibly into 2014 at the 'Royal Rumble' there will be no rush for Cena to return to action early as in the past.
As many fans and members of the WWE Universe have noticed and it is not the first time it has occurred in WWE history that all current champions are heels, especially the top two individual title holders: WWE Champion Randy Orton and World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio. When both Sheamus and John Cena return to action in the next four to six months it's very likely one or both will be winning either of the aforementioned titles in short order. In the mean time the WWE Universe will have to see which of the current titleholders will the first of the heels to drop there title to someone the fans may choose to get behind.
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