What happened to John Cena after SummerSlam?



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What happened to John Cena after SummerSlam?

WWE SummerSlam is in the archives, and the world now knows that John Cena failed to clinch the coveted seventeenth world title. Roman Reigns has in fact won the main event of SummerSlam, which however was troubled by a colossal twist: the return of Brock Lesnar.

What the public that has seen the show from computers and TVs around the world does not know, however, is that after the WWE connection ended, something else happened. What SummerSlam showed fans from all corners of the planet was the arrival of the "new" Brock Lesnar.

Immediately after seeing Roman Reigns keep his Universal title in the match against Cena of the main event of the evening, the WWE Beast, who presented himself with a completely new style for the Stamford-based company's rings, shocked the fans.

on the square of SummerSlam aiming straight at Reigns, a clear sign of challenge, above all because he will most likely want to snatch the Friday Night SmackDown champion belt from him in the future.

John Cena took part in 14 matches for WWE

In total, John Cena took part in 14 matches for WWE throughout July and August 2021.

Six of those bouts were dark matches on shows like RAW and SmackDown, and he has wrestled at live events on seven occasions lately. The only recent televised match featuring John Cena saw him lose against Roman Reigns at SummerSlam.

Reigns was even confronted by a returning Brock Lesnar at the end of the pay-per-view, and it seems that The Beast Incarnate will challenge for the Universal Championship soon. In front of a Paul Heyman literally shocked and speechless, Lesnar did not stop like this, going to vent all his anger repressed in this year of absence on John Cena, who had already emerged defeated from his long-awaited match.

After landing him with German Suplexes and an F-5, Brock Lesnar decided it was time to leave the arena and in the deafening roar of the Allegiant Stadium, he took his way out, with fans still blatantly shocked. What WWE did not show on TV was the beating John Cena suffered at the hands of the indomitable Brock Lesnar.

It was a new slaughter at SummerSlam, where the two already clashed in a very bloody match for the WWE Championship in 2014.