John Cena is just over a week away from facing Rusev at WrestleMania for the United States Championship.
The leader of the Cenation has had some strange interactions with different people in recent weeks including Stephanie McMahon.
It was two weeks ago on RAW that Stephanie McMahon made the bold statement that WrestleMania would roll on without Cena.
It has been over 10 years since Cena didn't appear at WrestleMania and he has finally booked his ticket to the 2015 event.
However Cena was the subject of Michael Cole's weekly interview and was asked the question if this will be his final appearance on the grand stage.
When reflecting on the time he has left in the ring, Cena made the same promises as always, but he also realised how 2015 has gone for him.
"I didn't get the job done at the Royal Rumble, it has not been a good '15 for me, I couldn't get the job done at Fastlane, theres only so many times that I can look those believers in the eyes and say I got this one."
Sounding like a man who is aware of his fading role left in the WWE, Cena has reflected on the rest of his career and acknowledged that it is past its peak.
"When I can't keep up with the WWE superstars in the ring ...... I'd much rather gracefully bow out into the night"
Cena was clearly speaking from a rational place but he was determined that his job wasn't done yet.
READY FOR rUSEV
Cena takes on the Bulgarian Brute Rusev a week from Sunday and will try to become the first man to either pin or make the big man submit.
The feud between these two has gotten so personal as Rusev continues on his anti- American propaganda mission.
The two had a very eventful match at Fastlane but Rusev appeared without Lana on RAW and her status for WrestleMania is still up in the air.