It is hard to remember a time in the WWE when we were without John Cena - arguably the WWE's franchise star for over a decade now.
Cena has taken time away due to injury and to film a couple of movie projects throughout his career but he has often been the one constant in the WWE.
It was however revealed this week that John Cena would be taking some time off following the Hell in a Cell PPV.
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He was not advertised for the two episodes of RAW following the event but was still being advertised for the upcoming UK tour.
The knowledge that Cena will be taking time away raises many questions from the WWE fans, but one of those questions has now been answered.
Everyone may have been wondering how they will write him back onto TV for the just the UK tour but that no longer seems to be an issue.
It has now been confirmed that contrary to earlier reports, Cena will not be attending the UK tour at all and will now be taking time away after Hell in a Cell for personal reasons.
Who knows what the real reason is for Cena's time away but the fact that he will be going for a while raises one other big question.
Cena currently holds the United States Championship and we can only assume that he will be set to defend it at Hell in a Cell.
Does the fact that Cena will be taking time away change the plans for the title? Will we now see a new US Champion crowned at Hell in a Cell?
Cena has once again been hosting his US Championship open challenge since winning the title back at Night of Champions.
Is it possible that Cena's challenger at Hell in a Cell and the possible future champion will only be revealed on the night?
Only time will tell what the future of the championship is, but one thing is for sure, just like at the Royal Rumble in 2008, we can expect a big return from the leader of the Cenation.