The entire WWE Universe knows by now that John Cena will be taking a sabbatical to close out the year.
However, whilst that means the veteran Superstar will be away from the WWE in the aftermath of the upcoming Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, his immediate plans are less well known.
Cena himself, though - via a tweet sent from his official account - appears to have given fans a clue as to what they can expect in the next 24 hours at least.
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With the WWE reportedly struggling for rating in recent weeks, Cena's pre-RAW announcement, basically confirming he will be putting his title on the line this evening, is likely an attempt to draw a TV audience for the show.
While the title is on the line at the Chicago arena, it seems unlikely that Cena will be giving it up to whoever it may be that steps down the ramp to meet him in the ring.
That doesn't mean tonight's match-up will have no meaning.
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Moving forward, with Hell in a Cell his final appearance before his two-month break, there is a growing belief that Cena will lose the title at the PPV.
And, as yet, the 15-time WWE champion doesn't have an opponent for Hell in a Cell.
So, with just two weeks to go until it takes place, there is the possibility that whoever challenges him for the U.S. title on RAW tonight could set in motion a mini-feud for the October 25th event.
Recent opponents to take Cena up on his open challenge have included Big E and Xavier Woods.
WWE fans: Who should take the U.S. title from John Cena? Or should he keep in during his time off? Have your say in the comments below...