World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) super star, John Cena, has made a hail mary attempt last Sunday, Feb. 25, to challenge the retired WWE legend, The Undertaker, after suffering defeat during the Elimination Chamber event. There's no word on whether or not this will actually come to fruition, but it'd likely upset fans who've been anticipating Nakamura vs. Styles from the moment both signed.
For a few minutes it looked like the long-rumored WrestleMania match between John Cena and The Undertaker would officially be happening.
Mysterio, 43, made a surprise appearance at the Royal Rumble in January, and spoke of his desire to return to WWE last month.
Hardcore WWE fans would be sent home satisfied by this deadly bout and would be the Showcase of the Immortals.
The 16-time world champion, is now a part-timer in the WWE and failed to book a spot in Wrestlemania through the Royal Rumble and RAW's pay-per-view Elimination Chamber.
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WWE Champion AJ Styles will have another go at Cena and Smackdown's best at WWE Fastlane, the final Smackdown-exclusive brand PPV. Cena's comments on Monday could be classic case of misdirection by WWE.
According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Cena cutting the TV promo on not facing Undertaker at 'Mania was done to draw people's attention away from the match.
As we previously reported, Mysterio is in negotiations with WWE to return to the company in some degree. John Cena's road to Wrestlemania saw the former heavyweight champion make a detour to the land of Smackdown LIVE.
Having been missing for several weeks, this year's Royal Rumble victor Shinsuke Nakamura was back and better than ever. He talked about his upcoming match with Randy Orton at WWE Fastlane.
So what do you think, will Cena square off against Rey Mysterio?