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John Cena is on board with the idea of a match with The Undertaker at WrestleMania

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John Cena recently spoke with ESPN.com about his career and more. During the interview, Cena was asked about the rumors of him possibly wrestling The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33 next year in Orlando, Florida. He stated that The Undertaker is a cornerstone of WWE and that Undertaker has the same sort of respect and folklore around him as Andre the Giant did. “If you’re asking if I’d want to be in a high-profile match with one of the most legendary superstars in the industry, my answer is yes.”

When asked about SmackDown Live, Cena stated that he has always said that WWE needs to forth the best product that they can, and he thinks that WWE is doing that. He thinks that several years ago, fans could look the brand as a one-man show with one man leading the way and him being held up by a cast of supportive players. He noted that the Attitude Era was a bit of a segue into the current area as now you see more of a multitiered show, where it’s a lot of talented superstars being able to showcase their talents.

Cena also talked about today’s Superstars and more. You can read the entire interview here.

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