John Cena has returned to WWE and apparently opened up the opportunity of WrestleMania coming to London, England in the future.
John Cena had not been seen on WWE television since WrestleMania 39 where he lost in his quest to become US Champion once again to Austin Theory.
Cena had not been expected to be at Money In The Bank but on a night when Drew McIntyre also returned to WWE, the sixteen-time champion of the world was happy to be in front of the red-hot crowd in The O2 Arena.
John Cena told the crowd that he was there out of respect and stirred them up into a frenzy by suggesting that he wanted to give them the chance to make enough noise to convince the decision-makers to bring WrestleMania to London.
He was soon interrupted by Grayson Waller who came to the ring to disparage the idea before suggesting that ‘Mania should instead go to his home country of Australia. Waller continued on for quite some time suggesting Cena could be his guest on The Grayson Waller Effect at WrestleMania Australia.
Cena rejected the offer before being jumped from behind by Waller which ultimately led to Waller being dropped with an Attitude Adjustment.
WrestleMania 40 in 2024 already has a home as it will take place at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA on the 6th and 7th of April. There is no confirmed locations for ‘Mania after that however leaving London very much in play down the line for the event.