Since his return at WWE Money in the Bank, John Cena has received a lot of great feedback from WWE fans.
Cena returned to WWE television after a year away to face Roman Reigns at the pay-per-conclusion. view’s Since then, he’s appeared on RAW’s post-Money in the Bank episode and SmackDown’s broadcast from last week.
Cena acknowledged on The Rich Eisen Show that he did not anticipate being treated as a fan favorite by the majority of the WWE audience.
Cena replied, “I’m not used to that.” “In most arenas, half of the spectators, if not more, tell me I’m a jerk and half of the people say, ‘Let’s go Cena.’ So that was something I was expecting. Because I’ve been filming all of these films for the last three years, I’ve been limiting my WWE appearances, but I didn’t expect the transition to be so drastic. That, I believe, is due to the fact that it was a genuine surprise.”
Since his return to WWE, Cena has competed in four non-televised contests. He joined up with Riddle to defeat MACE and T-BAR in a tag team bout following this week’s broadcast of RAW.
John Cena on his surprise WWE Money in the Bank appearance
John Cena confirmed his return to WWE in media interviews building up to WWE Money in the Bank. However, the precise date of his WWE return is yet to be revealed.
Because fans were unaware he was going to perform at the pay-per-view, the 16-time WWE World Champion believes the crowd reaction was overwhelmingly positive.
“I think the thing I hold closest about that Money in the Bank appearance is, in this day and age, trying to orchestrate some sort of real genuine surprise is so very rare, and it was a genuine moment of everybody was excited, and that led me to be really excited,” Cena said.
John Cena has made it clear since returning that he wants to face Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship at WWE SummerSlam on August 21. At the time of writing, the match has not yet been made official.