John Cena is active again on SmackDown and he believes that there has never been a better time for WWE than right now.
As a 16-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion who gets introduced as the “Greatest of All Time” any time he enters a WWE ring, John Cena knows all about being a top guy in the biggest professional wrestling company in the world.
Cena’s WWE run started in 2002, he won his first WWE Title in early 2005 and was unquestionably the top guy in the company for about 12 more years. It was about four years ago when Cena stepped back from regularly appearing in WWE to concentrate on his growing career in Hollywood.
Over a month ago, Cena made his return as a regular on Smackdown through the month of September and he’s expected to be on the blue brand through October. Cena will likely appear into November as well until at least Crown Jewel on November 4th and it’s unknown what his plans are after that.
John Cena feels like WWE is better than ever right now
During an interview with Kayla Braxton for WWE’s The Bump, John Cena spoke about why he thinks the company is as good as ever at this point in time.
“There’s never been a better time for WWE than now. With all of the things, from an administrative and business standpoint, that’s going on, from the influx of talent that we have, through the advances in recruiting that we have. We’re gaining the best, we currently field the best and our future is on an upward trajectory.”
“I say our future because I will always consider myself part of the WWE family. It’s awesome to see. I’ve had thoughts of, what will they do without me? They will go on, and they will be fine. It really is awesome to see WWE better than it was in 2010, better than it was in 2015. It is a better place now than when it was when I was a full-time performer.”
As for the future, Cena will team up with LA Knight to face Jimmy Uso & Solo Sikoa at WWE Fastlane this Saturday night in Indianapolis.
In addition to that, Cena will travel to NXT next Tuesday to be in the corner of Carmelo Hayes for his match against Bron Breakker, who will have Paul Heyman in his corner.