16-time World Champion John Cena cemented his legacy as the face of the company during the PG Era. Cena returned at the Money In The Bank pay-per-view and immediately feuded with Roman Reigns. The feud ended at WWE SummerSlam, where he lost to Roman Reigns. He was then dismantled by a returning Brock Lesnar after the show went off the air. Now Cena’s future in WWE is in question.

It was previously reported that John Cena will be appearing on an upcoming episode of Friday Night Smackdown. However, fans have been wondering what will become of John Cena after that.

Many fans want John Cena to stick around for a longer time, but it seems the Summer Of Cena has finally come to an end from the looks of it.

According to a report by Mike Johnson of PWInsider, WWE officials are moving forward with the understanding that John Cena will no longer be available for future bookings after the 10th September episode of Friday Night Smackdown as Cena has Hollywood commitments.

“We are told that Cena is done with future WWE appearances due to filming commitments. Currently, Cena is only scheduled for the 9/10 Friday Night Smackdown taping at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Beyond that, WWE is going forward with the understanding that he won’t be available for them for the foreseeable future due to filming commitments. There is no timetable for another potential return, WWE sources confirmed this evening.”

We will have to wait and see what John Cena will be doing on the upcoming episode of Friday Night Smackdown. Fans certainly hope he will be making his return to WWE television as soon as possible after he leaves again.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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