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It was a crazy day as far as fans of professional wrestling are concerned. The Friday Night Smackdown show was packed with excitement right from the moment it went on air. The show was held at Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado. The show had a host of stars who thrilled the crowd.
John Cena made his return to WWE recently and was part of the Superstar Spectacle in India. The 46-year-old is currently drafted to the Smackdown brand. John Cena is expected to play a huge part in the run-up to the Survivor Series which will be held in November at Chicago.
Smackdown ended with John Cena being part of the Grayson Waller Show. The former WWE champion was involved in a great promo only to be interrupted by The Bloodline. Jimmy Uso was seen insulting John Cena as the former champion retorted back.
That’s when Solo Sikoa came running down to save Jimmy Uso from John Cena’s finisher Attitude Adjustment as the show went off the air. There was more drama as the cameras stopped rolling.
John Cena was set to be attacked by Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa but the music of AJ Styles made the crowd pop. John Cena and AJ Styles had a huge feud when the Phenomenal One made his World Wrestling Entertainment debut in 2016.
AJ Styles came to the aid of John Cena as the two fended off the Bloodline. The four men then took on each other in a dark match once the cameras went off. The team of John Cena and AJ Styles won the match after Jimmy Uso was hit with Cena’s finisher.
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The show ended with John Cena and AJ Styles with their arms raised. This sent home the capacity crowd at Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado happy. John Cena is expected to be part of the WWE locker room at least for the foreseeable future.
The next World Wrestling Entertainment Premium Live Event is Fastlane. The event is set to take place on 7th October and there is a good chance it could see John Cena wrestle. One is wondering what will happen with the Bloodline and the newfound team of John Cena and AJ Styles.