John Cena returning as part of the Smackdown roster for two months

WWE today announced that John Cena will resume his WWE duties for the next two months and will be part of the Smackdown brand.

Cena’s first appearance will be this Friday, September 1, at The Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania and will then appear on every episode of Smackdown from September 15 until October 27. The only reason he is not appearing on the September 8 Smackdown is because he will be flying to India to wrestle on Superstar Spectacle.

Cena’s appearances are on September 15 in Denver at the Ball Arena, September 22 in Glendale and the Desert Diamond Arena, September 29 in Sacramento at the Golden 1 Center, October 6 in St. Louis at the Enterprise Center, October 13 in Tulsa at the BOK Center, October 20 in San Antonio at the AT&T Center, and October 27 in Milwaukee at the Finserv Forum.

Throughout his SmackDown return, Cena in partnership with Make-A-Wish will host children and their families in each of the eight cities to experience a WWE event in-person. Cena is the most requested wish granter of all time, having granted more than 650 wishes for children across the globe.

With the Hollywood strike still ongoing it made it easier for Cena to return since he has no other movie commitments for now.

Discover more from Wrestling-Online.com

Subscribe to get the latest posts sent to your email.

Colin Vassallo
Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

Stories you might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you


Collision TV Report for 07/13/2024

Venue: Saddledome, Calgary, Alberta, Canada ***** Konosuke Takeshita vs Tommy Billington Backstory: NONE Callis on comms, he called Takeshita the best athlete in...

Will Ospreay documentary chronicles final matches with NJPW and Rev Pro before AEW move

A 40-minute documentary on Will Ospreay's final days with New Japan Pro-Wrestling and Revolution Pro has been uploaded on...

Motor City Machine Guns wave goodbye as indie run comes to an end ahead of big move

Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley of the Motor City Machine Guns have seemingly waved goodbye to the independent scene...

Discover more from Wrestling-Online.com

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading