Tonight, the partnership of ESPN and WWE enters its second week. has revealed that this week, the current United States Champion John Cena will appear on tonight’s weekly segment of ESPN featuring WWE highlights of the WWE.

Every Tuesday night at 9 p.m. ET, ESPNews will continue to feature weekly segments of WWE’s best of the week. With only five days left until this Sunday, WWE is on the fast track to the “Hell in a Cell” PPV. Tonight will feature a great deal of publicity for WWE and hopefully make “Hell in a Cell” on Sunday even bigger of an event.

Last week on the ESPN coverage of WWE Raw in Chicago, Johnathon Coachman, or “The Coach” reviewed the show and gave insight into Dolph Ziggler vs. John Cena as well as the antics of The New Day.

The Coach talked with by WWE Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins, who compared himself to The New England Patriots, Seth referred to Johnny Manziel as Johnny “Idiot Face” and talked about other sports related topics. The full interview can be seen right here.

Tonight, The Coach will continue to air WWE’s highlights of the week including Raw in Dallas last night, and this Sunday’s “Hell in a Cell” PPV. This week, John Cena will likely address his United States Championship match this Sunday, and he may address the rumors of him taking time off.


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