John Cena's role could change

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John Cena's role could change

John Cena played his last WWE match at SummerSlam 2021, showing off an excellent performance in front of the 'Tribal Chief' Roman Reigns. According to insiders, the Boston champion is expected to return to the ring at WrestleMania 39, which will take place a stone's throw from Hollywood.

His opponent in the 'Showcase of the Immortals' could be Theory, who has received a big push in the last year. Although he has moved away from wrestling to pursue film, fans continue to show their love for the leader of the 'Cenation'

The 16-time world champion has always had a controversial relationship with the WWE Universe, establishing himself as one of the most polarizing figures in the history of this business. During his glorious career, John won two editions of the Royal Rumble, three editions of the Elimination Chamber match and the 2012 edition of Money in the Bank.

Speaking to Sportskeeda, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo said Cena's retirement may not be that far off.

Will John Cena retire soon?

"I don't know if John Cena intends to retire soon, but I wouldn't be surprised if he decides to stop now" - began Russo.

“John was very loyal to Vince, with whom he had a very close relationship. For this reason he kept returning to WWE despite his countless commitments. I doubt he has the same loyalty to Triple H” - he added. Vince doesn't believe McMahon has retired: “The reason I'm so firmly convinced is that I've worked closely with that man for years.

I know his way of thinking and his work ethic. I know he has nothing else in life besides wrestling. Only those people who do not know him and know nothing about him can believe in his retirement. Those who know him and have worked for him do not believe in it at all.

WWE needed a blanket of smoke to divert attention from the real problems. They made people believe that Vince has retired and that Triple H is the savior of the homeland." Brian James, also known as Road Dogg, recently recalled how Rusev’s WWE push ultimately ended against John Cena.

“You realize it was just to prop him up to have Cena beat him at ‘Mania,” James said. “That’s what we did. Look, that’s not new way of thinking. There may not be a creative reason why, but I guarantee there’s a reason somewhere behind the scenes, handshake deal, whatever."