WWE Release Long-Time Employee, John Cena Expected To Be Part Of WrestleMania?

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WWE Hall Of Famer Is Released From WWE

Arn Anderson has been working as a Road Agent with WWE ever since the company brought out WCW back in 2001.

Before he was hired in a backstage role by the company, Anderson was best known as one of The Four Horsemen, famously alongside Ric Flair.

Anderson has been working in that role for almost two decades and was even inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame back in 2012 as part of The Four Horsemen stable but it was revealed by Pro Wrestling Sheet early this morning that Anderson had been released from the company.

The details are sparse at the moment, but what is known is that Anderson left the company today and nothing yet has been reported when it comes to the reasons for his shock departure.

John Cena Is Still Expected To Wrestle At WrestleMania

It’s been an interesting few months for John Cena, first he declared that he would be part of Crown Jewel, before he later pulled out and was replaced by Bobby Lashley back in November and then announced that he would be part of the Royal Rumble before he was forced to withdraw as an entrant due to an “injury.”

It is unknown what the future holds for John Cena in WWE, but recent reports from CageSideSeats confirm that the 16-time World Champion is still expected to wrestle at WrestleMania 35, but his opponent is currently undecided.

Cena’s last WrestleMania outing didn’t exactly go to plan since he was defeated in a short match with The Undertaker at last year’s Show of Shows, but it will be interesting to see if The Deadman makes an appearance in New Jersey for this year’s WrestleMania after recent reports suggested that he had retired from WWE.