What’s next for John Cena in WWE is up in the air right now after his loss to Bray Wyatt in the Firefly Fun House match during Night Two of WrestleMania 36 this past Sunday night.
Cena usually sends out motivational messages on his official Twitter account. However, over the past few days, the messages have led to speculation among fans regarding his future in the pro wrestling business.
The former WWE Champion has slowed down inside of the ring in recent years as he shifts his focus on his acting career. His match at WrestleMania 36 marked his first match in over a year.
“All things end. When it’s time to leave, leave them guessing,” Cena wrote, which started the speculation of him teasing his retirement.
He would follow up again on Thursday with the following tweet:
“Uncertainty brings about many challenges. One of the toughest, most important challenges we face each day is to be our best selves. It’s a challenge certainly worth the effort.”
All things end. When it’s time to leave, leave them guessing.
— John Cena (@JohnCena) April 8, 2020
Uncertainty brings about many challenges. One of the toughest, most important challenges we face each day is to be our best selves. It’s a challenge certainly worth the effort.
— John Cena (@JohnCena) April 9, 2020
Following WrestleMania, there’s been no word yet on what the future holds for Cena in WWE. With the coronavirus shutting down the film world for now, perhaps we will see more of Cena on television considering he lives in Tampa, Florida.
On the flip side, just like with what The Rock has faced, it will be harder for Cena to do more matches in the future due to insurance reasons. The Rock got hurt in his rematch with Cena at WrestleMania 29, which delayed the production of Hercules, a film that The Rock was the main star of.
Movie studios don’t want Cena to get hurt while wrestling, which could be why he didn’t take many bumps in his previous match. When the virus does start to let up, he’s scheduled to film another movie soon.