WWE News: John Cena comments on WrestleMania 35 in Brooklyn
What's the story?
16-time World Champion John Cena has spoken on Twitter about the announcement at a WWE Press Conference that WrestleMania 35 will take place at the MetLife Stadium in Brooklyn, New York.
In the tweet, Cena, who talked at the conference, expressed how WrestleMania means 'everything' to him.
Keep reading to see the tweet below.
In case you didn't know...
Today, WWE held a Press Conference to reveal that they will hosting next year's WrestleMania, WM 35, in the MetLife Stadium in Brooklyn.
It takes place on April 7th, 2019, and WWE's Cena, Triple H, Ronda Rousey, Stephanie McMahon and The New Day were their big representatives the event, talking about their individual experiences in regards to WrestleMania whilst also hyping up the event.
The logo for WrestleMania 35 was also unveiled.
Cena, has been WWE's top star and the face of the company since about 2005 onwards, and with his Hollywood career seeing him become even more of a global star, he is the perfect guy to promote the company's future events.
The Cenation Leader was in the main-event of WrestleMania 29 in 2013, which was the last WrestleMania event to be held at the MetLife Stadium.
He defeated The Rock for the WWE Championship.
The heart of the matter
Cena has said that he 'can't wait to help WWE bring' WrestleMania back to the MetLife Stadium.
The Cenation Leader is evidently committing himself to being at WrestleMania 35, otherwise, WWE would not have had him at this occasion, and Cena would not have made this tweet.
Cena's words about how he loves WrestleMania and how it means so much to him, both on Twitter and at the event earlier today, maybe indicates that he is not departing from WWE anytime soon.
You can watch the video of Cena at the WM 35 Press Conference below, in which he brings his finacee and WWE SmackDown Live Superstar Nikki Bella up on the stage:
Before we even get to WrestleMania 35 in the MetLife Stadium, we have WrestleMania 34 in a few weeks time in New Orleans' Mercedes-Benz Superdome (Not Silverdome, Hulk Hogan) on April 8th, directly 364 days before WM 35.
Cena has challenged The Undertaker to match at WrestleMania 34, and it looks like that is the match we will see him in this year.
Despite the fact that he is rising the ranks in Hollywood at a rapid pace, it looks like Cena still loves the WWE more than ever and of course competing at WrestleMania embodies that.
It is great news for both the WWE Universe and the WWE that Cena seems to be showing no signs of leaving the company for good anytime soon, with him all but confirming that he will be at WrestleMania 35 next year in April 2019.