The Night Two main event of WrestleMania saw one of the most unexpected, bizarre, yet power-packed endings. The fans were expecting WWE to go all guns blazing and expected Cody Rhodes to get help from his friends Randy Orton and Seth Rollins. However, nobody expected John Cena and The Undertaker to come to his aid against Dwayne Johnson and The Bloodline.

The Champ had his issues with The Bloodline, especially Solo Sikoa, whom he had defeated at Fastlane alongside LA Knight. Coupling his surprise entry with that of the Undertaker won the hearts of the WWE Universe. Interestingly, John Cena dropped a subtle hint that suggested that WWE fans may see more of him and the Dead Man in the coming days alongside Dwayne Johnson.

John Cena hints toward finishing his own story


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Cody Rhodes finally finished his story and won the top gold that mattered the most. John Cena, however, seemed to use this gimmick of The American Nightmare in a recent tweet of his after WrestleMania XL. John Cena wrote, “Grateful to spend time with the #WWE Universe & be a part of #WrestleMania! Congratulations to @CodyRhodes on a history-making achievement! And the best part of it all… the @WWE story NEVER ENDS!!!!” Thus, Mr. You Can’t See Me borrowed a page from Rhodes’ book and modified it to throw a hint suiting a potential future development.



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John Cena and The Undertaker have been WrestleMania staples for the majority of their careers. Hence, it wasn’t uncanny to make them a part of the biggest-ever WrestleMania of all time. 

However, the Ricky Stanicky actor’s tweet may be pointing toward these stars’ tenures spilling beyond Mania. Moreover, entangling the two WWE legends with Dwayne Johnson seems to anchor their future in WWE even deeper.

Why does the Dwayne Johnson altercation matter?


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The WWE Universe has been speculating whether Dwayne Johnson would be staying with the WWE after WrestleMania XL or not. Since The Final Boss character has already dug its roots deep into everything, a sudden exit would leave an unpleasant taste in everyone’s mouth. 

However, now that John Cena and The Undertaker squared off against him, Johnson has another reason to stick with the WWE even more. Cena hinted about stories never ending at WWE. Thus, The Undertaker and he could potentially start something new with The Rock and turn it into something big. 


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After all, if Roman Reigns will be taking a long hiatus now, using Cena and Taker as a onetime coupon wouldn’t look very cohesive. What are your thoughts on this? Let them flow in the comments.

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Sheron Singh


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Sheron Singh is a WWE writer at EssentiallySports. With more than 500 articles under her belt, this psychology graduate is one of the mainstays of the WWE division, with a knack of dissecting the highly charged drama of the ring. Sheron's love for professional wrestling started at the age of 6 when her father introduced her to it.
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Amal Joyce