Plans have changed once again. Dave Meltzer noted earlier this weekend that John Cena was not scheduled to be at Monday Night Raw because he has been busy on the set of “Suicide Squad 2.”
However, it looks like he was able to get some time away from the set because John Pollock is reporting that Cena will be in Tampa, Florida for Raw Reunion. There’s no word on what Cena will be doing on the show. This would be his first appearance on WWE programming since WrestleMania 35.
Cena’s WWE TV appearances have been limited because he has a ton of projects on his plate and he’s indicated that his full-time wrestling days are behind him.
Cena will join over 35 Legends on the show including Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Ric Flair, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall. Others like Jim Ross, Bret Hart and Bully Ray were invited but they declined the invitation.
Click here for a complete list of the names Legends scheduled to appear at Raw Reunion.