John Cena is currently locked in a brilliant feud with Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan of The Wyatt Family but now Cena has reportedly told WWE officials who he wants to work with in the future.
There is currently no clear time frame on when the John Cena and Bray Wyatt storyline will officially come to an end; the feud dates back to the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view where Bray Wyatt cost John Cena the chance to become WWE World Heavyweight Champion.
This then resulted in a highly anticipated bout between the two at WrestleMania XXX, in a match where John Cena walked out the victor.
Most recently the two went at it again in another entertaining match, this time under steel cage stipulations and Bray Wyatt walked out as the winner of this match. This now means there could be - and it looks as if it will definitely happen - a final third match between the pair.
But it is unclear as to how long this feud can be stretched out. Realistically the way Bray Wyatt is working he can still keep fans engaged up until SummerSlam by which time he probably will need to move away from Cena and this amazing feud and move on to someone else. This also applies to Cena.
But for John Cena his next feud seems to be set, according to The Wrestling Observer at the moment John Cena wants to work with Big E. who is his real life friend and the two are often seen working out together. He wants to work with Big E. at some point down the line and it is quite possible that the WWE will listen to John Cena's request and place him in the feud, as soon as SummerSlam ends.
There is no way that the WWE will turn John Cena heel so that option is already out of the window and it looks as if Big E. will be turning heel, where he has completed his better work when he was with Dolph Ziggler and AJ Lee.
A heel turn for Big E. would do him the world of good, he is brilliant inside the ring, he is surprisingly quick for a bigger superstar and there is no question about his strength and ability inside the ring. His microphone work is his weaker aspect but a feud with John Cena would be good for him, as he wouldn't need to do most of the talking, as his in ring work and brute strength - which will look physically testing for John Cena - will do the trick.
Not only a heel turn, but this feud will make Big E. relevant again, big things were touted for him when he captured the NXT Championship and made the leap on to the main roster before capturing the Intercontinental Championship a little later on.
John Cena was the man behind Big E's Intercontinental Championship push, he told the officials to give him the push and they provided it with the championship title, however it's safe to say that Big E. wasn't the greatest of champions, or he wasn't the champion the company wanted to be which resulted in Bad News Barrett - who was receiving a great reaction by the fans even as a heel - capturing the Intercontinental Championship at Extreme Rules.
Losing the Intercontinental Championship can be a blessing for Big E. he now has the experience of holding the championship title and will surely reach the heights or even higher than what he has already reached, and a John Cena feud is something which will only benefit him and help him advance as a WWE superstar.
WWE fans - what do you make of the potential John Cena and Big E. feud? Is this something you want to see? Or do you think it will not succeed? Have your say in the comments section below and come discuss all things WWE with me on Twitter @RazK28!
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