John Cena is among the superstars who could make a surprise appearance at the Men’s Battle Royal taking place this Sunday at the Royal Rumble PPV event. His loyalty to the company makes his role in the event unpredictable, so it is not ruled out that it is one of the show’s surprises.
John Cena has recently been in Vancouver, Canada, filming a spinoff series on Peacemaker, one of the most prominent characters to appear in the new Suicide Squad movie. Restrictions for travel from the United States to Canada are strict.
A two-week quarantine period and a negative COVID-19 test are required before someone can enter Canada. This could hinder the possible appearance of the 16-time world champion at the Royal Rumble due to his shooting schedule.
In the case of entering the United States, the new rules established on January 26 indicate that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will require that all air passengers entering the United States (including U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents) submit a negative COVID-19 test, taken within three calendar days of departure, or virus recovery test within the past 90 days.
We recently reported that WWE had John Cena and Goldberg signed for the WrestleMania 37 undercard. There are still not many clues about the roles that both superstars will have in the grand event.
Although there has been speculation that they will occupy one or two of the four main matches of the shows that will be held on April 10 and 11 at the Raymond James. Stadium. The current difficulties could reduce John Cena’s appearances around WrestleMania.