The company released a small promo video on their Twitter page that advertised his return to "SmackDown Live" on July 4, but the end of the video had very interesting wording where it said that Cena was a "free agent" who would appear next on that episode of "SmackDown Live". It is unknown exactly what this means at this time.
Professional wrestling insider Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com reported that they have learned that John Cena will not only return on "SmackDown Live" but will also appear in future episodes of "Monday Night Raw" as well.
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During a news conference Friday, Trump said he'd have more information related to whether tapes exist at a later date. He derisively repeated the "leaker" moniker when speaking to reporters in the Rose Garden.
Early Monday a report surfaced regarding a proposed idea that would allow Cena to float back and forth between both Raw and SmackDown, giving each brand the benefit of utilizing his star power. But Cena was away during the superstar shakeup in April, and so the premise of the "free agent" storyline will likely be that since Cena was not around for the shake up, he's not firmly committed to SmackDown Live. He has previously written about film for Bloody Disgusting, We Got This Covered, What Culture, and The Celebrity Cafe.
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