Marquee SummerSlam Match Is Now Not Expected To Take Place

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The Biggest Party of the Summer is now less than three weeks away and with the card already taking shape, fans have been wondering where John Cena and The Undertaker would fit into proceedings.

The former World Champion and The Deadman faced off in a short match at WrestleMania back in April, before they were both last seen at The Greatest Royal Rumble a few weeks later when they picked up respective wins over Triple H and Rusev.





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Fans have expected there to be another match between the two stars at some point given the length of their first encounter, but that doesn’t look like it will be taking place at SummerSlam.

According to a report by CageSideSeats, there is now a lot of doubt surrounding the match between Undertaker and John Cena at SummerSlam, since Undertaker is still yet to be booked for the event, whilst Cena has been making headlines recently because of his personal life and his break up with former Divas Champion Nikki Bella.

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The good news is that both men are still advertised to be part of WWE’s Super Show-Down in Australia on October 6th, which means that the company could easily set something up between them that would lead to a match at Survivor Series, the pay-per-view that Undertaker originally debuted at in 1990.

If this is really going to be Undertaker’s final match in WWE, then it’s possible that The Deadman will want it to take place at the pay-per-view where his career first began.

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That being said, the match between Undertaker and John Cena still wasn’t scheduled to take place at WrestleMania up until the day itself and there are still two episodes of Raw before SummerSlam where WWE could decide to set up the match if they wanted to.

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