WWE Allegedly Protecting John Cena’s Legendary Status at Crown Jewel – Reports

WWE icon John Cena is gearing up to face one of the most formidable challenges of his storied career when he squares off against Solo Sikoa at the upcoming Crown Jewel event. Strong rivalries have dogged Cena’s return to the WWE, and his continuing battle with The Bloodline has captured the attention of fans everywhere. The Cenation Leader and his partner, AJ Styles, were subjected to a brutal assault by the dynamic duo of Jimmy Uso and Solo, leading to a desire for retribution.

In a bid to thwart the nefarious brothers, Cena teamed up with LA Knight and managed to secure victory at Fastlane. However, the anticipation for his one-on-one showdown with The Street Champ in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, continues to build.

Who will win John Cena vs Solo Sikoa match at Crown Jewel?

Veteran wrestling writer Dave Meltzer offered his opinions on this much awaited meeting. Meltzer is well-known for his observations in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Meltzer hinted that fans should expect a more straightforward, basic match, in line with the style seen in John Cena’s recent outings.


Despite the match’s result, Meltzer speculated that even if Solo Sikoa were to face defeat, it would not diminish his rising star power. WWE seems to be grooming Sikoa for a future clash with the reigning Universal Champion, Roman Reigns.


Meltzer observed, “I think we saw with Theory at Mania and with the recent tag match at Fastlane that Cena is going to do a basic match. It will be fine, but the last matches weren’t on the level of the top matches with the current stars. To me, I don’t see Cena losing in his role but old-school-wise, with Cena leaving and Sikoa staying, you do go with Sikoa. But Cena is the legend, and you can beat Sikoa, and it’s fine, but on a show like this, protecting the legend is my gut. But we all know Sikoa vs. Reigns will be a direction at some point.”

John Cena’s recent history in singles matches has raised some eyebrows. He acknowledged that his last singles victory dates back to 2018, leading to speculation about his future in the ring. WrestleMania saw Cena defeated by Austin Theory earlier this year, while marquee singles matches against Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt also ended in losses.


However, the 16-time champ drew inspiration from the unwavering support of the WWE Universe. He expressed his determination to secure a win at the upcoming premium live event, Crown Jewel, leaving fans worldwide eagerly awaiting the unfolding drama in this iconic showdown.

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