John Cena appears as Juan Cena alongside Lucha House Party at WWE live event

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John Cena is enjoying his time in the WWE before he leaves the company once more to take part in projects outside the company.

Last Monday on Raw, however, the 16-time world champion did reveal he would be sticking around to take part in the Royal Rumble at Chase Field on January 27.

As well as a brief altercation with Drew McIntyre and his participation in a six-man tag team match on the red brand, Cena has also been involved in a fun altercation and mixed tag team match with Becky Lynch on SmackDown against Zelina Vega and Andrade 'Cien' Almas.

Throughout his current time with the WWE over the holiday and new year period, The Leader of the Cenation has also been taking part in WWE house shows, and he continued that this past weekend.

When WWE had a live event in Huntsville on Sunday, Cena did more than just defeat Baron Corbin in a No Disqualification match.

During an interview with Lucha House Party following their win earlier in the night against The Revival, Cena made a surprise cameo while the trio was being interviewed, but not as you'd expect.

Cena appeared during the interview, but he was also wearing a Luchador mask and did the whole 'Lucha! Lucha! Lucha!' routine before disappearing off camera and leaving Lucha House Party confused.

Lucha House Party even ended up referring to him as 'Juanito' which was a great touch.

Many WWE fans enjoyed seeing Cena appear in the Luchador mask. It will now be interesting to see how WWE uses Juan Cena on TV over the next week.

Hopefully, this is something which WWE carries over to Raw, even if it's just for one segment. The fact Cena even appeared with Lucha House Party though should help generate more interest in the stable moving forward.

John Cena made a cameo appearance as Juan Cena alongside Lucha House Party at a recent live event

As for Cena at the Royal Rumble, he should have a big spot in the match thanks to his name value, and will likely be used in the same way he was last year where he was one of the final few superstars left in the match.

However, since the 16-time world champion didn't really do much in the WWE in 2018, and with his participation in projects outside of the company, he is unlikely to win the Rumble match itself.

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