When John Cena said on Sunday that this was not a one-time thing for him, he was not lying. The “Summer of Cena” will continue with 15 more appearances from the 16-time world champion, ranging from Raw, to Smackdown, and even non-televised live events.
Cena will be on two more Raws, on July 26 and August 9 from Kansas City and Orlando respectively. He will also be on five upcoming Smackdown shows leading to the SummerSlam event including this Friday in Cleveland, July 30 in Minneapolis, August 6 in Tampa, August 13 in Tulsa, and August 20 in Phoenix.
He will be participating in seven non-televised live events which are being promoted as Supershows, a combo of Raw and Smackdown talent on the same show. The dates Cena will be there are for are July 24 in Pittsburgh, July 25 in Louisville, July 31 in Milwaukee, August 1 in Detroit, August 7 in Fort Myers, August 14 in Charlotte, and August 15 in Columbia.
His last show according to the schedule is the SummerSlam pay-per-view in Las Vegas at the Allegiant Stadium.
Cena has another movie booked which he will start filming in Europe following the event.