John Cena teases having a match at WWE TLC


John Cena has teased possibly having a match at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs tonight on his social media accounts.

John Cena has a very impressive streak going in WWE, as he has worked at least one pay-per-view match in WWE for the past 17 years straight.

If Cena fails to show up and work at TLC tonight in Minneapolis, Minnesota, that streak will come to an end as TLC is WWE's last pay-per-view of 2019.

Of course, all streaks must come to an end at some point, but the 16-time world champion has teased keeping that pay-per-view streak alive on his social media accounts.

Cena has always been cryptic on his Instagram, but his recent post may be related to his pay-per-view streak, as he posted his own version of the iconic Keep Calm message.

The message reads: "Keep Calm and Keep The Streak Going," which many believe is in relation to his 'at least one pay-per-view per year' streak.

The 16-time world champion also tweeted: "Run with those faster than you." Cena has been using his Twitter recently to post motivational messages, but many fans believe this is an indication that he'll be returning tonight at TLC.

Cena's 'at least one pay-per-view per year' streak began way back at 2002's Vengence pay-per-view when he faced off on the show vs Chris Jericho.

Since then, Cena has competed at one pay-per-view per year at least, with his last pay-per-view match being 2018's Super ShowDown where he teamed up with Bobby Lashley vs Kevin Owens and Elias.


Fans haven't seen the 16-time world champion wrestle in WWE since January, where he competed in a Fatal 4-Way match vs Finn Balor, Baron Corbin, and Drew McIntyre.

Cena did make an appearance at the Raw Reunion show in July where he had a rap battle with The Usos, but he did not compete. 

We'll have to wait and see if Cena returns and has a match tonight at TLC to keep his streak alive.

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