It's been three days now since Roman Reigns made the incredible announcement that he was in remission from leukaemia yet again, just four months after he had revealed his relapse.
Reigns told the news in-front of a packed-out Monday Night Raw in Atlanta, but he would also get physical later that night when he came to the aid of his former Shield partner Dean Ambrose along with Seth Rollins.
And it was a great sight to see him deliver Superman Punches and a Spear to Drew McIntyre, and the fans who were once against him had seemingly united behind him.
Reigns' expected first match back as a WWE superstar is expected to be in the form of a six-man tag match at the Fastlane pay-per-view on March 10, where he would team with Rollins and Ambrose to take on Baron Corbin, McIntyre and Bobby Lashley.
As for beyond that though, it's been made clear now that Reigns is back full-time as he's advertised for every episode of Raw currently until the month of May.
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That means that he will be available for a match at WrestleMania 35 in April, should he and Vince McMahon think he's fit enough to have a prolonged singles match with someone.
Similarly a man who hasn't been seen regularly at all in the last year is 16-time world champion John Cena.
Cena returned to WWE television on January 1 for a couple of weeks, putting over the likes of Becky Lynch and Finn Balor before quietly exiting again to film a new movie.
That apparently wraps up just six days before 'Mania though, surely not enough time to build a legitimate match for the Grandest Stage Of Them All, right?
Well think again, as according to WrestleVotes, WWE officials are 'in discussions' about a potential Cena match at the Metlife Stadium.
Maybe he will be able to get his win back from The Undertaker after last years squash match in New Orleans - after all, he did carry the whole build for the bout.
Furthermore, Wrestlevotes have stated that the company are trying to figure out where to 'slot Reigns in' on the card, meaning that they're trying to drum-up a storyline for him to figure.
With a lot of potential matches for 'Mania already mooted, it could be a struggle to get both Cena and Reigns in exciting feuds in time for the event.
But you just know Vince McMahon isn't going to let two of his top stars just sit on the sidelines if they're available, regardless of the back-story going in to the show.News Now - Sport News