John Cena will miss another big event

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John Cena will miss another big event

A few weeks separate us from Clash at the Castle, an event that will mark the return of the WWE to a stadium in England after more than 30 years (the last in chronological order was SummerSlam 92). It will be in effect a show like WrestleMania for British fans and beyond, and many also thought about the presence of John Cena.

The 16-time world champion, however, wanted to silence the rumors of his presence during Wales Comic Con, held last weekend, where he attended as a guest: "Guys, every time I come to Cardiff for me is great, but I won't be in Clash at the Castle.

Favorite match of my career? As I always say, the next. I'm not quite retired yet, so I can always say it will be next. When I hang up my boots one day, I'll stop and think about it."

The latest news on John Cena

John Cena returned to WWE screens in June to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of his debut and thanking the fans who have always supported him.

Many thought that his return would culminate with a match at SummerSlam, as happened in 2021, but it did not. WWE has shelved plans for a match against Theory which was thought to happen at WrestleMania 39. Now that Triple has taken creative control, we don't know what the future holds for Mr.

Money in The Banks, currently missing from the scene. of a family mourning. Also during Wales Comic-Con, John Cena praised Vince McMahon, calling him a mainstay of the business and placing him at the top of his Mount Rushmore staff of the Wrestling world.

The popularity of the former champion has now transcended the world of Wrestling: in addition to becoming an actor, he has even been included as a playable character in Fortnite, the most popular and downloaded online video game of the last decade.

We remind you that Clash at the Castle will air on September 3 at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff. John Cena recently stated that he enjoyed the Firefly Fun House match against Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 36. "I think I really leaned into the creativity of what we are able to do.

And as I get older I kind of got to rely on those tricks more. So, I really, really, really enjoyed the Firefly Fun House match. The fact that people didn't hate, which was great. I was very nervous. I was sweating bullets on that one."