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John Cena To Work Four WWE Events During December

He hasn't been in action since Super Show-Down...

John Cena hasn't appeared in a WWE ring since teaming with Lashley to take on Elias and Kevin Owens at Super Show-Down at the start of October. The company advertised the Leader of the Cenation to be a part of the World Cup tournament that culminated at the controversial Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia, only for Cena to reportedly refuse to work the show due to the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.

Now, the former WWE Champion has been advertised to work several shows as part of the company's annual Holiday Tour. Cena is set to work four events throughout December, three as part of the SmackDown Live crew, and one for Raw.

Of course, despite what the buildup to the World Cup finals told you, John is a free agent in WWE meaning he's able to perform for either brand provided there's a Superstar he doesn't like around.

It's not sure when Cena's events will start to take place during the month, but a few sources online are reporting that he will appear at a Raw live event at Madison Square Garden, a SmackDown show at Nassau Coliseum, another event in Baltimore, before appearing in Tampa Florida on 30 December. At the time of writing, it's unsure what Cena will be doing at these events.

In other Cena-related news, it looks like he might have got himself a tattoo. The 16-time world champion shared a video with some arm art poking out from under a sweater. Although, there's a chance that it could be a fake tattoo as part of the film he's shooting at the moment over in the Far East.

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