Grandstand Report gets you up on the most recent news from the WWE Universe.
Cena’s WWE Return Looking Increasingly Likely
While WWE is yet to affirm John Cena is approaching his first activity since WrestleMania 36, the tea leaves are absolutely pointing around there.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer detailed Cena could show up at July 16’s release of SmackDown, the main occasion in WWE’s forthcoming live visiting plan.
Mike Johnson of PW Insider couldn’t affirm any discussions among WWE and Cena yet noticed the recording of Cena’s Peacemaker arrangement wraps up shooting July 6. That would give him a lot of time to return to the United States for SmackDown. (The HBO Max arrangement is recording in Vancouver.)
Notwithstanding, a 10-sunrise isn’t a huge load of downtime among occupations, and it’s hazy if Cena’s in-ring condition. Assuming it’s simply an oddball appearance to give the group pop, Cena would clearly make an appearance. In the event that WWE needs Cena to focus on a genuine in-ring run, however, it might need to stand by until he’s completely prepared to perform.
Edge Taking Scheduled Time Off
At the point when Edge made his re-visitation of WWE, it was generally revealed he was contracted for five matches each year.
While the Rated R Superstar has been missing from WWE programming since losing to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 37, Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful revealed this is basically important for Edge’s restricted timetable (by means of Thomas Ross of Wrestling Rumors).
Edge has contended in three matches during the 2021 schedule year (excluding the Royal Rumble), crushing Randy Orton and Jey Uso before the Triple Threat match with Reigns and Daniel Bryan. A physical issue restricted him to two one-on-one matches in 2020, so it makes sense that he may get a move on with an extra not many to a great extent throughout his agreement.
Notwithstanding, this is standard for the normal course. Edge is a unique fascination, and it’s impossible WWE will squander anything else of his contracted matches without fan participation.
Similar as Cena, it’s presumably an ideal opportunity to begin the Edge watch in July.
Keith Lee Not Released by WWE
Keith Lee has not contended in WWE since a success over Riddle on Feb. 8’s version of Raw, however his status remains covered in secret. Lee has posted via web-based media a few times over the most recent three months expressing a longing to get back to the ring, including a week ago’s tweeting “the truth will surface eventually” in light of an inquiry.
The quiet idea of Lee’s nonattendance prompted some theory he was being delivered, talk exposed by Sapp.
Mia Yim, Lee’s fiancee, tweeted it’s “no one’s business” in regards to his return.
It’s unmistakable there is an individual thing in the background that nobody is examining, and Lee has an option to security. Ideally, he’ll discover his way back to the ring sooner than later.