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“I really, really want to get back to WWE” – Former World Champion

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• “I really, really want to get back to WWE” – Former World Champion

16-Time WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena recently appeared on the ‘Den of Geek’ podcast and revealed under what circumstances he would return to the WWE, a promotion he carried on his shoulders as the #1 draw since around 2006, up until he left for Hollywood in recent years.

We haven’t seen the Ruthless Aggression Era Legend appear on WWE TV or PPV since his Firefly Fun match at WrestleMania 36 in 2020.

Here’s what Cena said:

“I always found a real sense of satisfaction contributing where I could because I know that the idea of the sense of complacency with performers is high. And they always want to be at the top spot, and there is only one top spot. But I believe a spot is a chance to contribute. So it won’t be about that.

It will simply be if there is an enthralling and correct continuation to the narrative.

I really, really want to get back to WWE. I really want audiences to get back to WWE.

Heck, I’m with everybody I think around the world saying I just want the world to get back to normal, but these are interesting times, and I have a lot of interesting opportunities at my feet, and I really do appreciate the WWE universe understanding that after so many years.

I do look forward to returning.

It won’t be about topping a Firefly Funhouse match. The first question I’ll ask is ‘Why?’. And the next question I’ll ask is, ‘Where do we go after that?’.

And if I get, ‘I don’t know’ to both of them, that’s cool because that means I can come up with my own thing.”

Cena recently denied carrying the WWE on his back for all those years (tap here to read more).

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• WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Legend The Godfather (Real name: Charles Wright) celebrates his 60th birthday today.

During his World Wrestling Federation career, The Godfather was also known as Papa Shango (1992-1993), “The Supreme Fighting Machine” Kama (1995-1996), Nation of Domination’s Kama Mustafa (1997-1998) & The Goodfather (2000-2001).

In 2016, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by “The APA” JBL & Ron Simmons.

Despite being retired from the sport of Professional Wrestling, The Godfather still returns every now and then to appear in some comedy segments, usually on Anniversary Shows & “Old School RAW” special episodes.


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