WWE May Have Moved On From Lars Sullivan’s Original WrestleMania Plan, John Cena’s Status, Mark Henry Comments On Randy Orton, Lana

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WWE May Have Moved On From Lars Sullivan’s Original WrestleMania Plan

Lars Sullivan was originally slated to attack John Cena at Royal Rumble, thus costing the 16-time World Champion his spot in the Men’s Rumble match and kicking off their WrestleMania feud in the process.

However, Sullivan hasn’t been in touch with WWE since his recent anxiety attack and has thus put WrestleMania plan in serious doubt.

On Oh, You Didn’t Know podcast, Brad Shepard revealed that WWE might have moved on from the Lars vs. Cena WrestleMania match.

“They wouldn’t count on the original match with Lars Sullivan happening unless Lars shows up very, very soon.”

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John Cena’s Status For WrestleMania 35

John Cena is busy filming his new flick in Vancouver, Canada. The 16-time World Champion didn’t appear at Royal Rumble despite being advertised and is currently Hollywood-bound until April 1.

On Oh, You Didn’t Know podcast, Brad Shepard revealed that Cena will certainly be present at WrestleMania 35 on April 7.

“There have been some reports circulating that John Cena will not work WrestleMania this year. A source in WWE told me this week that we’ll still get Cena at WrestleMania”

Click here to read the WresteMania status of The Rock, The Undertaker and Batista.

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Mark Henry Comments On Randy Orton

Randy Orton has reportedly received an ‘outstanding offer’ from All Elite Wrestling.

On Busted Open Radio, WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry discussed the rumors and revealed how the 13-time World Champion has been a ‘good businessman’ throughout his career.

“He’s always been a good businessman. He’s always, you know took the backseat when he should have said, ‘Hey guys, I’m not doing that.’ He’s always been a good businessman. So why wouldn’t he be a good businessman and say, ‘You know what? I need to entertain this conversation.”

“It’s not about the money, it’s about creative control. I think that it would be more creative control and time off with Randy.”

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Lana Is Livid

Naomi teamed up with Carmella to qualify for Elimination Chamber this week on SmackDown Live.

Lana, who earlier used to team up with Naomi, lost this spot to Carmella with her recent heel turn. It appears that The Ravishing Russian is outraged by her former tag team partner as she badmouthed the new pairing on social media.

The Fabulous Glow will be battling 5 other tag teams inside Elimination Chamber for the Women’s Tag Team Championship on February 17, 2019.