WWE WrestleMania 40 delivered a spectacle brimming with surprises, igniting excitement among fans worldwide. The event commenced with unexpected cameos from industry icons such as Stephanie McMahon, Bubba Ray Dudley, and Snoop Dogg, captivating the audience at the Grandest Stage of them All. Adding to the thrill, John Cena’s surprise appearance at the finale of the show further heightened the anticipation for what lies ahead in the WWE universe.

The focal point of WrestleMania 40’s main event spotlighted the highly anticipated clash between Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. Stepping up to the challenge, Cody Rhodes sought to dethrone Reigns and etch his name in the annals of wrestling history.

To even the odds in Rhodes’ favor, a cadre of stars emerged, including luminaries like John Cena and The Undertaker, who made surprise appearances to lend their support in his battle against the formidable Bloodline.

John Cena’s involvement saw him taking down Solo Sikoa and Roman Reigns before being subdued by The Rock, yet fans rejoiced at the sight of Cena’s return to the ring.


In recent appearance on The Pat McAfee Show, John Cena dropped hints about future WWE appearances, dispelling any notion that WrestleMania 40 marked his final outing in a WWE ring. Expressing his determination to continue his journey within the squared circle, Cena hinted at a potential return, suggesting that his time in WWE is far from over.

“I’ll change my shirt but you guys know that comes with a uniform change, but last night wasn’t my last night, so this doesn’t mean this is my last uniform. That means that I’ve speculated about when I will hang up the jorts but it wasn’t last night and I still got a little bit of rubber left on the top.”

“I’m actively trying to craft that path now. I put a line in the sand for myself at 50 and I honestly think it’s going to be before that. There is your breaking news. I’ll be 47 in a few weeks. You got about 1000 days.”

As anticipation mounts for John Cena’s future appearances on WWE television and his potential return to in-ring competition, fans eagerly await the next chapter in the storied career of The Leader of Cenation.

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