John Cena's return to WrestleMania, and not in a simple appearance but in a real match like in the old days. This is the indication that seems to have taken hold in view of 2023, at least according to some rumors coming from America in the last few hours.
John Cena returned to WWE TV to celebrate his 20th anniversary with the company in June on Raw and was introduced by Vince McMahon. Although it was speculated that Cena was also there to announce his match at SummerSlam against Theory, that didn't happen.
Instead, the highly decorated Bostonian said he wasn't sure when he would fight again. Speaking with 'GiveMeSport', however, 'WrestleVotes' has meanwhile said that John Cena is expected to fight at WrestleMania 39 next year in Los Angeles, although it is not yet clear who he might face at the big event.
Whoever is behind the popular Twitter account, however, said: "Cena should be there and Cena should fight."
How and why John Cena could be at WrestleMania 39
Several rumors in recent months have claimed that John Cena was less likely to return to fighting for WWE after Vince McMahon's departure, but according to 'WrestleVotes', that's not the case.
“I know he often likes to come back and smell his old home, and even though Vince is out of the game, Cena still loves this place. And John Cena and Triple H know they respect each other." According to what 'WrestleVotes' explained, John Cena is aiming to become "the next 'The Rock'" and a level contest at WrestleMania 39 in Los Angeles could certainly be of great help in achieving that goal.
“WrestleMania is always WrestleMania, and it's in Los Angeles. If Cena is actually looking to be the next Rock', he should be performing at WrestleMania in Hollywood. I think he will be there, and I think he will be there to wrestle.
I throw it there." At that point, all that would remain would be the establishment of who John Cena's opponent could be: if perhaps Austin Theory had been talked about in the past or someone even more established than the now-former Mister Money in the Bank.