This week, John Cena made his comeback to the wrestling scene when he teamed up with Kevin Owens to face Roman Reigns and Sami Zayn in the “WWE SmackDown” main event. However, even though fans enjoyed seeing the 16-time World Champion back in the ring, he was also making a difference behind the scenes.
Cena was taking the time to offer advice to the current talent despite being a seasoned wrestler with 20 years of experience in the industry. B-Fab of Hit Row tweeted his appreciation for Cena’s interaction, saying, “Thanks for all your advice, @JohnCena! It was great to see you again, and thank you for helping us finish the year on a high note with an AMAZING MATCH!”
B-Fab isn’t the only wrestler to give Cena credit for the wisdom he’s imparted over the years; Austin Theory has also praised him in the past. Despite the fact that Cena is no longer employed full-time. He has continued to compete in at least one match per year since his debut and continues to support the industry while pursuing a career in Hollywood.
Cena’s return to the WWE
Cena used the microphone to thank the viewers and the wrestlers he’s worked with over the years after “SmackDown” finished airing this week. While Cena’s return to the WWE is currently unknown. It is anticipated that he will compete at WrestleMania 39 later this year. Potential opponents for him have been mentioned, including Theory and Logan Paul.
Cena was recognised by Guinness World Records last month for granting the most hopes through Make-A-Wish Foundation, summing 650 since he started working with the organisation in 2002. Prichard described John as probably one of the most selfless guys I’ve ever met. John Cena, like others like The Rock and Batista, has been transitioning away from professional wrestling and more into the Hollywood side of life since COVID-19, and even before the pandemic hit.