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John Cena hasn’t been seen on WWE tv since dropping to Roman Reigns at SummerSlam, however he’s at the very least teasing the opportunity of displaying up in Saturday’s males’s Royal Rumble.
Cena posted an image on Instagram with a fan holding an indication saying he could be “mildly dissatisfied” if the 13-time WWE champion would not seem within the Royal Rumble dressed as his Peacemaker character.
The unique model of the image, taken in 2006, reveals the fan holding an indication that learn, “If Cena wins we riot.”
WWE is already planning to have one non-wrestler within the males’s Royal Rumble with Jackass star Johnny Knoxville marketed for the boys’s Royal Rumble match, which is commonly remembered as a lot for the shock entrants because the precise winners.
Cena had a quick run in WWE final summer time when he returned at Cash within the Financial institution to confront Reigns after the Tribal Chief defeated Edge to retain the Common Championship.
After dropping to Reigns within the SummerSlam fundamental occasion, Cena tweeted he was going away once more however teased a return sooner or later:
John Cena @JohnCena
Phrases can not describe how appreciative I’m that the <a href=”https://twitter.com/WWEUniverse?ref_src=twsrcpercent5Etfw”>@WWEUniverse</a> allowed me the chance to return and carry out. Thanks employees, superstars, and most of all FANS for giving me an unforgettable summer time at “house” with my “household”. The journey takes me away now however I’ll C U quickly.
In recent times, Cena’s appearing profession has taken off. He appeared in F9, from the Quick & Livid franchise, and The Suicide Squad final yr. The 44-year-old has additionally served as co-host of the TBS collection Wipeout since April.
So long as there are openings in Cena’s schedule, it stands to motive he could be completely happy to point out up in WWE every time doable.
Even when Cena’s Instagram put up is just meant to be taken as a joke, the Royal Rumble could be the proper time for a one-off look by one of many largest stars in WWE historical past.
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