John Cena shockingly returned at the WWE Money In The Bank pay-per-view back in July and immediately got involved in a feud with Roman Reigns. Their feud culminated in the main event of WWE SummerSlam for the Universal Championship. Cena couldn’t defeat Roman Reigns, but he did get destroyed by former adversary Brock Lesnar after the conclusion of the event.

John Cena already took to social media and informed fans that he will see them soon, after his shocking loss to Roman Reigns at WWE SummerSlam.

The leader of Cenation then added that he still wants to contribute to the company once he makes his return after he is done with his obligations in Hollywood, which might take a while.

While speaking during the Florida Supercon, John Cena commented on WWE fans complaining about talents having their names changed. Cena stated that WWE Superstars have had their names changed for many years and that included Cena as well.

“I know there’s a lot of news headlines about, ‘Oh, they’re changing performers names and forcing them to have a new personality.’ I can assure you guys that this has been this way since the dawn of time and it happened to me. I went from having a personality and having an identity and having a following to getting my haircut, changing my look and throwing me out there with my real name and I was just told to be a good guy and I had no idea what that meant and it almost led to me getting fired.”

The first episode of NXT 2.0 featured WWE Superstars getting entirely different names and for many fans, those names were very silly and they wanted better names for the talents. Regardless, WWE will conduct their business the way they deem fit and that is unlikely to change anytime soon

h/t to POST Wrestling for the quotes.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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