John Cena’s last return to WWE marked a lot of tickets sold, and he wrapped everything up at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia. We can now confirm that everything went according to plan.
It was previously reported that “John Cena was discussed to be part of WarGames before Crown Jewel. All that changed. Cody takes the lead they have full faith in the selected group. Especially after selling out Chitown.” It didn’t take long for us to shut that narrative down.
Ringside News reached out to a tenured member of creative, who confirmed to us that John Cena was never a part of any WarGames plan. The original plan of Cena coming back was specifically to finish things up at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia.
“John Cena agreed to come back and finish up, specifically, at Crown Jewel. This report is fabricated!“
The possibility of John Cena’s return to the wrestling ring remains uncertain due to his busy schedule in Hollywood. His commitments in the film industry are financially significant, making his wrestling return a question mark. Whether he will have another match in the future remains to be seen, but duplicating his previous run would pose considerable challenges.
For ongoing updates on this matter and more from the world of professional wrestling, stay connected with Ringside News. The future is unpredictable, but it’s likely that John Cena won’t be available for a while.
What’s your take on John Cena’s status in pro wrestling? Let us know what you think about him retiring in the comments section!
November 20, 2023 2:33 pm
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