WWE Extreme Rules results: John Cena beats Brock Lesnar then rubs it in on Twitter

As you likely know by now, John Cena took a vicious beating (a lot of it for real) at the hands of Brock Lesnar last night (Sun., April 29, 2012) in the main event of the WWE Extreme Rules pay-per-view (PPV) at the Allstate Arena in Chicago, Illinois.

It was a surprising decision, especially considering the story they're telling and the promo Cena cut afterwards. He told the live crowd his arm is jacked up and he's likely leaving for a while. This led to speculation that he's simply taking a vacation for a few months to heal up some nagging injuries. Or he's possibly filming The Marine 3, which seems ludicrous.

Either way, it appears as though Cena is leaving for a while. WWE.com is running an injury angle on its website to support this idea.

Assuming he is really taking time off, it didn't do so without getting in a parting shot on his Twitter account shortly after last night's event ended.

Warfare is the Tao of deception. Thus: Although you are capable, display incapability. Sun Tzu, Art of War

Oh, screw you, Cena.

For complete results and the running live blog from Extreme Rules click here, and to listen to the Cageside Live podcast with reactions to the show click here.

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