Now that "WrestleMania 29" has passed and the dust has settled, WWE fans can get back to the usual routine of "Monday Night Raw" and "Friday Night Smackdown" each week. Although the wrestling season never ends, post-WrestleMania usually has the feel of the start of a new season. With that, we have already seen new feuds beginning with Ryback turning on John Cena and The Shield calling out Team Hell No. There also has been a lot of buzz surrounding The Rock's injury at "WrestleMania 29." Keep reading to find out more.
As you may or may not have heard, The Rock suffered a pretty bad injury at "WrestleMania 29." During his main event match with John Cena The Rock tore his abdominal and adductor tendons off his pelvis. This is why, even though he was reportedly scheduled to appear at the next night's "Raw," he didn't. Could this have an effect on The Rock's future movie appearances? Well, The Rock is scheduled to appear at the premiere of his new movie "Pain & Gain" Thursday night, so it will be interesting to see what kind of shape he shows up in. The Rock also just tweeted on Thursday, "My dr's said that starting back training w/ torn abdominals would be a bitch. Just found out they were right;). We gotta push thru.."
In other Rock news, former WWE wrestler Carlito recently called out The Rock on Twitter. Carlito tweeted, "Rock tore his ab & adductor tendons? Hmm, I guess instead of getting in tremendous shape for mania...he got in TREN-mendous shape!" Steroid.com describes "Tren" as one of the most popular steroids of all time. This appears to be a dig at The Rock, with Carlito possibly alleging Rock is taking steroids. Obviously that is just an assumption and The Rock has never been found to have taken steroids, but of course in the wrestling industry there is lots of speculation. Do you think The Rock is on steroids?
According to F4Wonline.com, despite Undertaker and Triple H both appearing in segments with Team Hell No on "Raw" and "Smackdown" this week, neither wrestler is expected to be wrestling with Daniel Bryan and Kane anytime soon. The current plan is to have Bryan and Kane face two members of The Sheild at WWE's "Extreme Rules" pay-per-view and lose the tag team titles.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.