For the last few months there has been one question really absent from my mind and it's now shocking how little thought I gave to the idea. For most of 2018 I didn't really pay any attention to the whereabouts of one John Cena. The former franchise of the WWE has been mostly absent from the company since his appearance at one of the super shows I believe it was Australia where he teamed with Bobby Lashley. It is incredible to think about how much things have changed in the last few years knowing that the WWE is in fact surviving without John Cena, not triving at the moment but they are surviving.
Last year was really going to be the year when new faces took over Cena's post as the franchise of the company and even though some attempted to bad booking was mostly the thing that stopped anyone from doing so. Well expect Roman Reigns as nobody expected, or anticipated the events that happened to take place and I for one do wish that Roman was still on Raw every week. Either way though this week's Smackdown gave us a sight that I don't think any of us really ever thought we would see when Becky Lynch stood in the ring with John Cena.
Now don't get it twisted I am not saying Becky was never capable of standing in the ring with John Cena, but too many the segment they had together looked a little bit like a passing of the torch type situation. In a way it seemed like Cena was giving Becky the spotlight and the opportunity to shine on a bigger stage then she had been before. Not to say that this run she has been hasn't been great, it's just that the company doesn't have a lot of mainstream stars anymore so when a former star comes back and gives current talent a rub. This in my opinion is how the company should use former/nostaglia acts to benefit the current crop of talent, because if former stars won't be there every week they should be used to help get the current talent even more over then they were before.
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