Cena had come out during the final segment of tonight's show to reveal that he was hurt - but not injured - and would return to action shortly. Laurinaitis interrupted Cena's promo and stated that Cena would be in action at Over The Limit. Lord Tensai's music hit, and he and Sakomoto hit the ring only for Cena to be attacked by Laurinaitis from behind. Laurinaitis then announced that he would be Cena's opponent at the pay-per-view, and proceeded to assault Cena alongside Sakomoto and Tensai. The trio focused their assault on Cena's injured arm as the show went off the air.
WWE Over the Limit takes place on Sunday, May 20th from the PNC Arena in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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