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John Cena: MASSIVE plans rumoured for upcoming WWE event

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The wrestling world is abuzz with the latest rumours surrounding John Cena and his involvement in the upcoming WWE Payback 2023 event.

As one of the most iconic figures in the wrestling industry, Cena’s potential appearance at this premium live event has fans and insiders alike speculating about the role he might play.

Recent reports from WrestleVotes suggest that WWE has something special in store for its audience. There’s talk of a special guest host for the Payback event, and the name on everyone’s lips? John Cena.

This news comes as a significant development, especially considering Cena’s already announced return to SmackDown on FOX in the coming months. It seems the WWE universe might be seeing a lot more of Cena than they anticipated.

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The Intriguing Payback Card

Payback 2023 isn’t just about Cena. The event promises an exciting line-up, including a special edition of the Grayson Waller Effect featuring Cody Rhodes.

Given Cena’s past interactions with Waller, fans are eagerly anticipating another face-off between the two. However, with Cena’s unpredictable nature, he might just surprise everyone with a completely different move.

John Cena: Upcoming Schedule

For those who can’t get enough of John Cena, there’s more good news. He’s scheduled to appear on the September 1 SmackDown.

Although he’ll be missing the September 8th show due to his commitments at the WWE Superstar Spectacle show in India, fans can expect him back on every SmackDown from September 15th to October 27th.

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