4. WWE Teasing That Top Star’s In-Ring Future Is Uncertain, Former WWF Champion Retiring Before WrestleMania 34?
– After losing to “The Big Dog” Roman Reigns at No Mercy 2017, WWE is teasing that John Cena’s in-ring future is uncertain at this point. Below is what WWE posted on their website regarding this:
“Although his in-ring future remains unclear at this point following his defeat to Roman Reigns at WWE No Mercy, John Cena is displaying no shortage of “Hustle, Loyalty and Respect” as he inspires countless people across the globe.
Thursday night, The Cenation Leader made his first public appearance since WWE No Mercy as the final keynote speaker of the four-day INBOUND 2017 marketing and sales event in Boston. He discussed the five things every person should consider when building a brand and answered questions ranging from his day-to-day diet to the unprecedented in-ring career that led him to 16 World Championships.
The event attracted approximately 21,000 attendees from around the globe, with Cena joining such speakers as tennis icon Billie Jean King and former First Lady Michelle Obama.
Cena took to Twitter to thank everyone at INBOUND 2017 following the event, and he hopes to participate next year.”
— John Cena (@JohnCena) September 29, 2017
– Former WWF Champion The Big Show’s current WWE deal expires next year in February. Word currently going on is that Big Show won’t be re-signing as a wrestler, but might take up an Ambassador or a backstage role in WWE.
Big Show confirmed earlier this year that his contract does expire in February 2018 and he isn’t looking to re-sign and that WrestleMania 33 would be his last WrestleMania. We’ll keep you updated regarding this.