WWE Officially Lists John Cena’s 5 Greatest Rivals

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16-time World Champion John Cena is set to return to Monday Night RAW this week at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.

The Champ returned to SmackDown Live last week, officially marking his return to WWE TV, although the show was actually pre-taped due to holidays.

WWE has officially revealed a list of Cena’s 5 greatest foes ahead of his return to RAW.

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The Champ made his WWE return on December 26 at the Madison Square Garden and has been working a series of live events that’s scheduled to wrap up with next week’s episode of RAW.

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Unless there’s a sudden change made to Cena’s current return schedule, fans can see their hero live on next week’s Monday also.

The 13-time WWE Champion will then be leaving for Hollywood to begin shooting his next film. This has caused fans to doubt Cena’s status for Royal Rumble that takes place on January 27.

Cena’s exclusion from the Royal Rumble pay-per-view would see him miss the first of the “Big 4” PPVs this year. The Leader of Cenation already missed two of the Big 4 PPVs last year as he didn’t compete at 2018’s SummerSlam and Survivor Series.

At this point, Cena’s status for WrestleMania 35 stands confirmed although WWE hasn’t announced anything officially yet.

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Besides listing The Champ’s 5 greatest rivals, WWE also teased a dream match featuring Cena and Becky Lynch.

The Champ and The Man had a verbal confrontation last week that ultimately saw them teaming up and emerging victorious over Andrade “Cien” Almas and Zelina Vega in a Mixed Tag Team Match on SmackDown Live.

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It would be interesting to see what special storyline WWE has in store for The Franchise for WrestleMania 35 given the 41-year-old Superstar has already missed two of the recent “Big 4” PPVs – the major nights when most WrestleMania storylines/feuds are set in motion.

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