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With SummerSlam 2015 just days away John Cena has taken a shot at his critics ahead of what could be a history making clash with Seth Rollins, while the WWE themselves have confirmed two extra matches for the huge pay-per-view.
Alongside the excitement there have also been some words of caution from one veteran Superstar who told reporters he is making plans to step away from the ring in the future.
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Cena stirs things up
We begin with news on John Cena ahead of this weekend's SummerSlam pay-per-view.
Despite missing several weeks with a broken nose the veteran superstar was in confident mood last night as he posted a message to social media warning his critics to prepare for him to become a 16 times World Champion.
Sticking with SummerSlam and two new matches have been added to the event over the past 24 hours.
First WWE confirmed Randy Orton would take on Sheamus, and then Dolph Ziggler used Monday Night Raw to challenge Rusev.
The show is coming to an end
Finally, one of the WWE's longest serving Superstars has admitted this week that he is planning to wind down his career in the next couple of years.
Big Show told the media that he wants to transition out of the ring after growing tired of the constant travelling and, after 20 years in the business, will be happy to retire in the not too distant future.
WWE fans: Does John Cena deserve to become a 16 time World Champion? Have your say in the comments below...