John Cena to Triple H: WWE Superstars' Most Triumphant Returns from Injury

WWE Superstars are not superhumans and even they suffer injuries, missing time from in-ring action. However, it's the setback that prepares for a greater comeback, and we've seen just that with these WWE Superstars over the years!

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Shawn Michaels

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After being forced to retire due to a back injury in 1998, Shawn Michaels made his triumphant return in 2002. HBK picked up where he left, winning the World Title!

Triple H

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Triple H returned to WWE at Madison Square Garden in 2002 after eight months out of action. The 'Game' had suffered a torn quadricep muscle!

John Cena

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John Cena suffered a torn pectoral muscle which required months of rehab. Shockingly, the Champ returned at the Royal Rumble, three months before his original date of recovery! 

Batista

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Randy Orton had broken Batista's arm in a vicious attack. The Animal stayed away from the ring for months, before setting up Orton and revealing that he's healed from injury

Daniel Bryan

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Daniel Bryan was forced to retire in 2016 due to concussion issues. However, it wasn't for too long as Bryan announced he was cleared to wrestle two years later, just before WrestleMania 34

Edge

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Edge made a miraculous return to WWE 9 long years after he was forced to retire after a triple fusion neck surgery. The WWE Hall of Famer went is currently an active member of the Raw roster

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