After signing on the dotted line, John Cena will indeed be in action at WWE Fastlane.
On SmackDown in Glendale, Arizona John Cena came to town looking for a fight and introduced Styles as the man that was going to help him take out The Bloodline. The stars challenged Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa to a tag team match before Sikoa and Uso made their way to the ring only to leave again.
Adam Pearce was in for a busy night as he went back and forth trying to get a match made and The Bloodline contingent – including Paul Heyman – made clear the match wasn’t going to happen on the show. Instead, a match was mooted for Fastlane but Sikoa warned that The Bloodline would have no one left to face at that event.
John Cena could be in for a long night at Fastlane
A contract signing was set up later in the night and John Cena ran to the ring and immediately signed on the dotted line. However, a video was shown backstage of Uso and Sikoa taking out AJ Styles which led to him leaving in an ambulance.
The Bloodline then came to the ring to gloat over their attack but that brought out John Cena who tried to take out Uso and Sikoa. The numbers advantage proved too much, however, and The Bloodline stood tall to end the show.
On Raw in Ontario, California, it was officially announced that Cena will now face Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa at Fastlane in a handicap match. However, Cena was originally meant to have someone save him on SmackDown and the star took to social media recently to hint that he could well have a tag team partner at Fastlane as he shared a beautiful image of an LA night…yeah.