A few weeks ago, the WrestleVotes information portal reported that WWE would have almost closed the appearances of Goldberg and John Cena to reinforce the main events of the two nights of WrestleMania 37. There was also speculation about the possibility of using The Undertaker, who for now is will keep in the chamber and will only come back if Vince McMahon really needs it.

Currently, John Cena is in Vancouver, Canada, filming a series for HBO Max derived from Peacemaker, one of the most prominent characters that appear in the new film Suicide Squad. The restrictions on travel from the United States to Canada are strict and require a two-week quarantine time and a negative COVID-19 test before someone can enter the country. This could hinder the possible appearance of the 16-time world champion at WrestleMania 37 due to his filming schedule.

In a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, John Cena explained that the quarantine required before entering Canada would cause the production of the series to be delayed if he were to travel to the United States, so there is no chance that he could. be present at WrestleMania 37. Also, WWE has echoed the news.

Right now I’m in Vancouver filming Peacemaker, the series for HBO Max. Considering the regulations, if I had to leave Canada when I returned I would have to be quarantined for two weeks. In short, this would stop production. Focusing exclusively on what the law dictates, there is no possibility that it could be there. We record from now until June have been his statements.

John Cena Had His Last Match On The Second Day Of Wrestlemania 36

when he faced Bray Wyatt in a cinematic fight known as the Firefly Fun House Match. ‘The Fiend’ was the winner of the contest. Since then, it has been rumored that Cena could be one of the Royal Rumble surprises, but ultimately this did not happen.