After a shocking performance at Money in the Bank in London where he teased fans about the possibility of a WrestleMania in the UK, John Cena ready to return to WWE. Announcement arrived a few hours ago from Ryan Sateen to the FoxSports pages complete with date and place: John Cena will appear on the September 1 episode of SmackDown.broadcast live from The Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. it’s not clear if this will be a simple conversational segment or if it could lead to some overlap.
In fact, the article states that the 16-time world champion will also take part in the Superstar Spectacle, WWE’s big live event scheduled for September 8 in India. This will be the first live event to take place in India since 2017. The decision to bring Cena back to WWE may have been influenced by the current cast and writers’ strike, which has put the Hollywood world on hold.
Exclusive: John Cena returns to WWE next month on SmackDown!
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John Cena and the first salary received from WWE
In addition to being the face of WWE for over 10 years, John Cena has successfully transitioned into the film world, becoming a highly paid star.
But not everything was as rosy at the start of his career as he recently told Kevin Hart’s microphones.“My first WWE contract was $12,000 a year. I quit my job the day I signed the contract. I think my rent was $1,000 a month.
So all my money went to rent. When I told my mom, she said, “I hope you’re okay.” My dad, I think I could tell him anything and he would still say, “Yeah, it’s all right,” but I told him that I was hired by WWE.
“Oh my son. It’s surreal. It will be wonderful. I can not believe this! To this day, my father is very proud of it.”