5 Signs WWE Could Soon Lose John Cena For Good
August 7, 2017 - WWE
WWE star John Cena could be on his final legs as a pro wrestler.
Over a final few years, Cena has changed from being WWE’s definite No. 1 full-time star to a part-time captivate in a same mold as Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker. As formidable as it might be to suppose a WWE yet Cena, he’s taken several vital hiatuses recently in sequence to film TV shows like American Grit and movies such as The Pact, and his Hollywood career positively doesn’t seem to be negligence down.
At slightest so far, Cena has returned after each time he bolted for a brief period. But as a days go by and Cena gets older, there are some-more and some-more indications that his visit absences from WWE programming could shortly spin into a permanent one.
Here are 5 signs that Cena will shortly leave WWE. For good.
He Says He Can’t Do Movies And Wrestle At The Same Time
In an talk with Metro.us back in May, Cena strew some light on since he disappears from WWE TV when Hollywood comes calling:
I would do both [acting and wrestling] during a same time, yet a film guys are a small uncanny with their insurance. They don’t wish me to go outstanding my face up.”
Without observant so explicitly, Cena radically pragmatic that, during slightest during certain times, he prioritizes his behaving career over pro wrestling. One would assume that, since Cena is not means to contest in WWE while also filming movies, he is means to select one or a other, and in new years, he has taken several hiatuses from WWE in sequence to serve his behaving career.
Cena’s many new interregnum lasted from WrestleMania 33 in early Apr until a Jul Fourth book of SmackDown in sequence to film The Pact, and with some-more behaving offers expected to flow in, Cena will have to select either to hang with WWE for a prolonged transport or to eventually stop display adult during all.
And new story suggests it will be a latter.
His SmackDown Match Against Shinsuke Nakamura
Instead of a extensive buildup to Cena vs. Shinsuke Nakamura during a vital pay-per-view like SummerSlam or WrestleMania, WWE gave us that compare on this week’s SmackDown after usually one week of buildup.
Of course, Cena vs. Nakamura is a loyal clarification of a dream match, that begs a question: Why did it occur so suddenly?
Cena’s hitch with Nakamura was likely finished for a series of reasons. One, it was a transparent try to help SmackDown‘s struggling ratings, yet it only did that slightly. Two, putting Cena in a high-profile mark is one approach of perplexing to boost a blue brand’s live eventuality attendance, that dipped in Cena’s deficiency during both TV tapings and pay-per-views. Three, it was a approach to concentration on a attempted and loyal pull in Cena as company officials start to worry about Mahal’s ability to pull in a headlining role.
Ultimately, however, Cena’s rushed dream compare opposite Nakamura was a transparent indicator that WWE wants to put him in as many marquee matches as probable as his destiny with a association continues to be fuzzy. After all, a fact that he faced Nakamura on a pointless part of SmackDown indicates that he might usually have a handful of vital pretension matches left and that WWE wants to fist in as many of them as probable before it’s too late.