John Cena returns to WWE’s ‘Raw’ to drop major announcement

John Cena was back on Monday Night RAW, one night after making a surprise return to the WWE during Sunday’s Money In The Bank pay per view event. And his rare appearance was made even more electric because it’s the first episode of RAW with live fans in attendance since Covid began in March of 2020.

“Finally we can come back and cheer together. And boo together. And make some noise and connect with people that love this,” Cena said to the energized crowd in Dallas, Texas.

And even though Cena - the actor - is quite busy with F9 already in theaters and The Suicide Squad coming on August 6th, Cena - the part-time wrestler - has officially made plans for the summer as well. After cutting short the celebration of Roman Reigns at Money In The Bank, where Reigns defeated Edge to retain the Universal Championship belt, Cena officially explained his return to the WWE on Monday.

“What am I here for? The WWE Universal Championship,” Cena said. “When? About five weeks from now. A little event called SummerSlam.”

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