He has not spoken! WWE has become a kind of fight promotion quite different from most. Instead of the stars being the focal point, the company itself receives the focus, which means that almost no one really stands out as a dissident star. However, there are some names that are bigger than others and one of them was in the house on Friday, when John Cena returned to SmackDown.
Whether you like it or not, you can't deny that Cena is one of the biggest stars in the history of wrestling. Since then he has moved mainly to Hollywood and entertainment, but he still comes back from time to time to add something to WWE. With WrestleMania approaching quickly, it is time for Cena to return to her and now we know what she is going to do in Tampa.
Cena appeared at the end of SmackDown and announced that he would not be fighting at WrestleMania, citing a desire to let the future generation have the spotlight. When he left, the Demon appeared and pointed to the WrestleMania sign, with Cena tilting his hat in acceptance. The match was officially announced for WrestleMania on WWE.com. Cena defeated Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 30 in 2014.
There is a story there. Check out Cena vs. Wyatt, both in the past and in the present:
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Opinion: With the Demon losing the title, is there anything else I can or should do at WrestleMania? There is a story here and this is the improved Demon instead of the newcomer that Cena defeated in 2014. That said, I'm not sure who comes out of this and that makes it a more interesting match than we could have been seeing otherwise .
Is this the right move for both of you? What's next for Fiend after WrestleMania? Let us know in the comments below.
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