Predicting how John Cena will lose at Elimination Chamber 2018
A defeated John Cena said this past week on Raw that he has to win the seven-man Elimination Chamber match or, for the first time in a decade and a half, he won’t have a road to WrestleMania.
In all likelihood, “Big Match John” will have a road to WrestleMania no matter what the outcome, but his chances of winning the Chamber match are slim-to-none and the only way he’ll have a featured match at this year’s ‘Mania is if he finally faces The Undertaker.
With that in mind, and with yet another pinfall loss almost certainly heading his way, let’s take a look at five ways that the 16-time World champion could be eliminated from Sunday’s match.
#5 Pinned by Seth Rollins
There was once a time when it looked like John Cena could never lose, and now he finds himself in a position where he loses so often that any more torch-passing defeats would significantly start to damage his character.
In the last 18 months, he has lost clean against AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, Shinsuke Nakamura, Roman Reigns and, most recently, Seth Rollins.
If Rollins is to build on his incredible 65-minute performance in the gauntlet match on Raw, then WWE could do a lot worse than have him pick up another clean pinfall victory over Cena.