WWE news: Triple H addresses John Cena return rumours ahead of Money in the Bank | WWE | Sport



Rumours suggested that Cena will come back for another match at SummerSlam on August 19 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York.

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There is also speculation that he may even come back from Hollywood to renew his rivalry with The Undertaker following his decisive loss to The Deadman at WrestleMania 34.

However, the WWE Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative Triple H doesn’t know of any plans involving the 16-time world champion’s comeback to the squared circle.

The 14-time world champion told Express Sport: “I don’t know, John has a very busy schedule and a very active social life.

“John has rightly earned the position that he is in. He’s working on some other projects.

“John is WWE to his core and whether he decides to step into the ring again and with who, that will be on John Cena.”

Cena and Triple H won’t be appearing this Sunday at Money in the Bank but The Game and fellow WWE legend Shawn Michaels will be returning at the Royal Albert Hall in London on June 18 for the United Kingdom Championship Tournament.

The King of Kings is the driving force behind the event and will be coming back to the historic arena where he competed in 1995 on WWE’s last tour in Kensington.

UK Champion Pete Dunne will team up with Tyler Bate and Trent Seven to take on Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong of The Undisputed Era in what promises to be a chaotic Six-Man Tag Team Match.

The UK Championship tournament will also continue as fans will get to watch the quarter and semi-finals while Johnny Saint will make his first appearance as the British brand’s General Manager.

Triple H added: “It’s a very exciting time for us. Really excited about these events from June 18 to 19.

“Royal Albert Hall is such a historic venue – the look, the feel, everything that’s gone down there historically.

“I wrestled there in ’95 at the last wrestling show that was there. The aura in the place is incredible. You remember your first time at Madison Square Garden, you remember walking out at Royal Albert Hall.

“That’s why I was so anxious to put this event out there even though it’s on a Monday and a Tuesday. The venue is so meaningful that I really wanted to do these events and I get excited when we get the opportunity to be back there.

“These two days will be extremely exciting, UK is chock-full of talent and we have the best of the best coming in at that tournament.”


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