“You Don’t Want To Miss”- WWE Makes A Big Announcement For John Cena Ahead Of This Week’s SmackDown

WWE SmackDown will air live on FOX this Friday. Several matches have been announced for the Blue brand’s show this week. Gunther will defend the WWE Intercontinental Championship against former champion Ricochet in a rematch, while Sami Zayn, Shinsuke Nakamura, Aliyah, and Shotzi will be actively competing in the Money in the Bank qualifiers. WWE made an announcement for John Cena recently.


The Leader of Cenation will return to RAW on June 27 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his WWE debut. Cena made his WWE debut back in 2002, and he has been one of the biggest Superstars in the company’s history. He is one of the two Superstars to have won the world title on 16 different occasions.

Cena has not wrestled this year. Fans last saw him at SmackDown in MSG last year, before that, he was a part of the main event of SummerSlam, where he lost to Roman Reigns in a WWE Universal Championship match. Brock Lesnar attacked him after the match. Some fans think that Cena may be added to the upcoming SummerSlam match between Roman and Brock for the Undisputed Championship.


WWE posted the following tweet to hype up Cena’s return ahead of the SmackDown episode.

“Tomorrow before #SmackDown… get ready for a @JohnCena tribute you won’t want to miss.”

How John Cena played an important role in Sami Zayn’s rise

Sami Zayn is one of the top Superstars on SmackDown right now. Recently, former WWE Superstar William Regal explained how Cena made him the star on his debut. Here’s what Regal said on the Gentleman Villain Podcast:


“Absolutely complete and utter credit to John Cena for having a match with Sami Zayn and making him making quickly mean something to the WWE audience If they’d never seen him before. He made him [Sami Zayn] that night, by the performance, but he could have been very selfish and not given Sami.”


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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