John Cena Returns to $6.5B Franchise: “No larger stage.” 2023
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John Cena Returns to $6.5B Franchise: “No larger stage.” 2023

John Cena is one of the most popular superstars in WWE. In 1999, he began his WWE career and quickly rose to the top of the industry. In addition to wrestling, he also enjoys acting and rapping. After making his impact in WWE, he traveled to Hollywood and appeared in several films. As Peacemaker, he also joined one of the major franchises, DCEU.

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But, as the phrase goes, one never forgets their beginnings. At WrestleMania 39, he fought Austin Theory in a difficult match. Day 1 featured several significant matchups, including Seth Rollins vs Logan Paul, The Usos versus Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn (tag team match), Charlotte Flair versus Rhea Ripley, Rey Mysterio versus Dorado Mysterio, and others.

The Greatest of All Time John Cena Returns

John Cena took a vacation from WWE after losing to Roman Reigns at Summerslam last year. Originally, it was reported that John Cena and Logan Paul will face off at WrestleMania 39 because to their mysterious social media interactions. Even though the Maverick lost to Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel, his performance was worthy of all the plaudits. This is why even John Cena uploaded a photo of Paul that alluded to a prospective match.

Subsequently, it was revealed that the leader of Cenation would face Austin Theory at WrestleMania 39. Theories has waited so long to square off against this great in a boxing ring. In the WrestleMania advertisement, he boldly challenged Cena and swore to defeat him at the main event.

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