You can see him somewhere else! One of the more interesting stories at the moment is John Cena acting as a free agent between the two rosters. It opens up some more doors as he’s able to show up in different places, offering him a variety of opponents. While he wrestled at this month’s “Battleground 2017” on the “Smackdown Live” roster, Cena is now listed for a “Monday Night Raw” pay per view as well.

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According to, Cena is currently advertised for the upcoming “No Mercy 2017” on September 24. This could server as a mild spoiler for Cena’s current storyline on “Smackdown Live” as he is in line for a #1 contenders match on this week’s episode. Should he win, Cena will go on to face Smackdown World Champion Jinder Mahal at “Summerslam 2017”. While there’s no guarantee, there’s a good chance that means Cena doesn’t leave “Summerslam 2017” with the title.

Opinion: I still like this idea as it allows Cena to use his star power wherever it’s needed. He’s still one of the biggest stars in the company and it helps to have him around. As a bonus, I kind of like the idea of his seventeenth World Title reign being a short one. If nothing else for the sake of reminding people who say Cena is no Flair that Flair’s last title reign started when he was awarded the title and ended later that night.

Where do you prefer Cena? Who do you want to see him face on “Monday Night Raw”? Let us know in the comments below.


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