John Cena speaks about WrestleMania

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John Cena speaks about WrestleMania

John Cena is one of the greatest legends in WWE history. For several years now, however, the wrestler is a part-timer and his career is made up of brief appearances and above all of his commitments with the cinema in Hollywood.

We saw him recently (months ago anyway) returning to challenge Roman Reigns, defeated by the Tribal Chief at SummerSlam after a brief feud and now all WWE Universe fans are curious to know when he returns to the Stamford-based company rings.

John Cena appeared as a guest on The Ellen Degeneres Show, a well-known American program and among other topics he also spoke about his future in the ring. John Cena drank three tall beers right before hitting the ring for his WrestleMania 34 match against The Undertaker.

John Cena talks about WrestleMania

By the time the WWE Universe got to witness the encounter between John Cena and The Undertaker, the latter was way past his prime. The Undertaker had lost his second WrestleMania match to Roman Reigns a year ago and couldn't move in the ring the way he used to.

During the interview, the leader of the Chain's Gang made the following statements: "WrestleMania usually takes place in late March or early April at the latest. I don't know if I'll make it this year, it's a good question and a puzzle to be solved, there are good opportunities coming up that I would like to seize, I am evaluating several options and so I don't know if I will be present at Wrestlemania.

I tell you and everyone else out here watching, I'm not done with WWE, that's my home and I love it. I went back this summer for a few months and it was great to entertain the audience and be welcomed into the arenas.

I'm really far from my last appearance in the ring." Among the various rumors in WWE, there was a discussion of the possible clash between John Cena and Austin Theory, one of the rising stars of Vince McMahon's company.

The latter just recently said: "Both pairing with him and facing Cena would be fantastic, but I think it would be really incredible to win and force a legend of the caliber of John Cena to retire" Austin Theory is one of the proteges of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon.

As for Cena, he recently had a short run in WWE with Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship. Cena lost to Reigns at SummerSlam 2021 and went back to pursuing his Hollywood duties.