WWE teases five possible WrestleMania opponents for John Cena

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John Cena always has a big match at WrestleMania each and every year, and 2019 should be no different despite the fact he's now cemented his part-time status in WWE.

Last year, despite not having a traditional build-up, Cena took part in one of the most highly-anticipated WrestleMania matches in history against The Undertaker, a match which he lost.

While some found that match disappointing, the 16-time world champion always puts on a show in the ring, especially at The Showcase of the Immortals, and this year should be no different.

As we approach the Royal Rumble and the official start of WrestleMania season, WWE has released a video teasing five possible opponents for Cena at the show this year.

The five matches WWE have teased are John Cena vs Rey Mysterio, John Cena vs Drew McIntyre, John Cena vs Braun Strowman, John Cena vs Velveteen Dream, and John Cena vs Brock Lesnar.

Out of the five matches listed, one of the middle three matches (Strowman, Dream and McIntyre) likely has the best chance of being booked as we've already seen Cena face Mysterio and Lesnar several times in the past.

McIntyre would be an exciting feud for Cena at WrestleMania, as he's been seen by many as the possible next face of the WWE following Roman Reigns' unfortunate hiatus to battle against leukaemia.

WWE teases a possible John Cena vs Drew McIntyre match at WrestleMania

Strowman would be an excellent rivalry for The Leader of the Cenation too, similar to McIntyre. It would also provide WWE a chance to give The Monster Among Men his first big singles win at The Showcase of the Immortals.

As for Dream, it might be a bit too soon booking-wise for him to face Cena at WrestleMania since he's still in NXT, but he could definitely hold his own against the 16-time world champion, as he's one of the best performers in NXT and has a lot of promise behind him.

The man himself is up for the challenge too.

All three of the opponents talked about above would provide Cena with another opportunity to put over growing talent in the WWE, just like he did for Becky Lynch on SmackDown Live earlier this month and Finn Balor last week on Monday Night Raw.

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