SK's Take on John Cena returning to action sooner than expected
Cena will return at the Royal Rumble match.
John Cena is a very busy man. After all, he's a WWE wrestler, voice-over actor, celebrity, endorsement spokesman, and he still finds the time to grand tons of Make A Wishes come true. Needless to say, the man is a machine and much like Vince McMahon, I wonder when he has time to sleep.
With the Royal Rumble just around the corner, John Cena has thrown his name into the Men's Royal Rumble match already which shouldn't come as a big surprise. He's also expected to be at the big Raw 25th Anniversary celebration which is also conveniently the go home show for the Royal Rumble pay-per-view.
John Cena is currently a free agent so he doesn't need to show any alliances going into the Royal Rumble match, but if he wins then that's a whole different story. The fact is, although having Cena in the match is always a great thing, it's not likely he'll be walking away from the big show in Philadelphia as the 2018 Royal Rumble winner.
But he is expected to come back to a full-time WWE schedule once the Royal Rumble concludes. Big Match John might be plenty busy but there's always room in his schedule for the Road To WrestleMania.
Super Cena is booked as a "special guest" for the Fastlane pay-per-view which is a SmackDown event. Who knows what could go down in Columbus, Ohio during Fastlane? But seeing how it is the last big event before WrestleMania for the Blue Brand, anything is possible.
With the idea floating around that John Cena's WrestleMania opponent could be a very big one, even larger than the actual WWE Championship, anything is possible.
The big name floating around out there is The Undertaker and if that match goes down then it could really be a huge boost to establish Cena in a huge marquee feud in what could one of the last years before his schedule really blows up.
If you thought WWE fans weren't seeing Cena enough, then you probably haven't seen anything yet because he's about to get a lot busier.
It's almost ironic tha a man whose catchphrase is, "you can't see me" is about to be someone we really don't see. But he's expected to be around quite often in the next few months, and that is a very exciting prospect as he prepares for what is reported to be a huge WrestleMania encounter.
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