Throughout the history of WWE, John Cena has done some remarkable things - including his incredible returns from injury.
Many superstars have praised his ability to come back from serious injuries a lot earlier than expected and his returns have given us some of the most unbelievable moments.
Fate not sealed?
This year though, it looks like injury will keep Cena away from arguably the biggest WrestleMania in history as the WWE look set to perform their biggest show of the year in front of 100,000 fans.
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Heading to AT&T Stadium in Dallas, TX, WrestleMania 32 is certainly going to be captivating, and John Cena is doing everything he can to be there.
Cena had been believed to be taking on the legendary Undertaker on the grandest stage of them all before being sidelined back in December.
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Several weeks ago, it looked all but certain that Cena would be at home during the big show on April 3rd, but his latest tweet ....
Cena tweeting about rehab isn't anything unusual, but showing that he still hasn't given up on his WrestleMania dreams will lead to some interesting rumours.
With The Undertaker now set to take on Shane McMahon in a Hell in a Cell match, everyone is asking if there will be some outside interference?
Several names have already been linked with a possible appearance during the match and with everyone from NXT Champion Finn Balor to Seth Rollins being linked with an appearance, what will actually happen is anyone's guess.
As for Cena, it looks like even he knows that time is running out on him with WrestleMania being just under two weeks away.
Two main events?
The main event of WrestleMania will always be heavily scrutinised and this year's WWE World Heavyweight Championship match between Roman Reigns and Triple H is no different.
However it could be argued that the match between Undertaker and Shane McMahon could be viewed as the real main event.
With control of Monday Night RAW on the line, it could be argued that this match has more at stake than any other taking place in Dallas.
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