WWE is gearing up for their biggest show of the year on April 1st and 2nd in SoFi Stadium. This event is a long time coming, and it will give Triple H a chance to show fans his first booking choices on the grandest stage of them all.

Sean Sapp reported behind Fightful’s paywall that, “several plans have changed for WWE since the fall, specifically late November to early December.” It has been noted by a couple of outlets that plans shifted.

The report continued to shed some light on the cancelled John Cena and Logan Paul match that was pencilled in at a time. This match was pencilled in, but then things “changes pretty quickly.”

Logan Paul vs. John Cena WrestleMania: Things changed pretty quickly for this one. Heading into Survivor Series, the internal, working plan was for Logan Paul to take on John Cena. However, a month later, WWE was pulling Austin Theory from a Toronto live event to secretly film a segment with Cena at the December 30 WWE Smackdown in Tampa.


Logan Paul is set to face Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 39, and John Cena will return to take on Austin Theory. We can only assume that the United States Title will be in play for that Cena vs Theory match.

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