John Cena appeared destined to miss out on WrestleMania 32 after getting surgery back in January, and though he'll be the first person to tell you to "#NeverGiveUp," sometimes it is time to give up, like for instance when you're only a few months out from a procedure that fixed your torn rotator cuff and removed a large chunk of tissue from your shoulder. Despite tweets that seemed to suggest he was trying to comeback in an absurdly short three months to participate in the April 3 event, he gave any long-shot hopes of that an Attitude Adjustment today by stating "For the first time in a decade-and-a-half I will be watching and not wrestling at WrestleMania." Cena's declaration came during a press conference that announced WrestleMania 33 will be held in Orlando on April 2 of next year.

As of now we're not sure of when the 15-time World Champ will be able to suit up and violently slam somebody onto the mat again.

[via Zap2It]

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