WWE star John Cena uploads cryptic photo on Instagram, sparks theories of a quick comeback

The working theory is that people are hoping to see Cena appear at WWE TLC. Earlier, Cena has spoken to Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, stating his intention to return. 


                            WWE star John Cena uploads cryptic photo on Instagram, sparks theories of a quick comeback
John Cena is slated to appear alongside Vin Diesel in 'Fast and Furious 9' and the sequel to the 2016 DC anti-hero flick, 'The Suicide Squad'. (Getty Images)

WWE Superstar John Cena has been talking about making a comeback to the ring in the near future and following an interesting image he posted on Instagram, fans are speculating he could be returning soon. Not someone who usually captions his images, Cena uploaded an image that read: 'Keep Calm and Keep the streak going' fuelling theories of a comeback. In addition, he also sent out a motivational quote on Twitter.

The working theory is that people are hoping to see Cena appear at WWE TLC. As reported by Bleacher Report, "the streak" could be in reference to the fact that Cena has had at least one pay-per-view match in 17 straight years dating back to 2002. If Cena does not wrestle at TLC, that run would come to a close. 

Earlier, Cena has spoken to  Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated stating his intention to get back. "Every day away from it, I miss it more and more and more. I’m becoming more honest with myself about how much I miss it. I’m very eager to get back into a WWE ring soon."

According to SEScoops, his first pay-per-view match came back in 2002 at Vengeance against Chris Jericho that saw the latter go for the Walls of Jericho, but Cena countered with a pinfall victory.

Outside of wrestling, Cena has attained success as a musician and actor. He released the rap album 'You Can't See Me' in 2005, which gained platinum certification in the United States. He has had leading film roles in 'The Marine' (2006), '12 Rounds' (2009), 'Trainwreck' (2015), 'Ferdinand' (2017), 'Blockers' (2018) and 'Bumblebee' (2018). He is slated to appear alongside Vin Diesel in 'Fast and Furious 9' and the sequel to the 2016 DC anti-hero flick, 'The Suicide Squad'.

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