WWE round-up: WWE want to sign Shinsuke Nakamura in January

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WWE fans, a very good day to you all.

The general buzz is getting louder as we approach the end of the year, but we’re still far away enough at the moment not to be drowned out by it all.

With that in mind, we’ve got a nice blend of rumours and genuine information. Don’t believe us? Read on, or watch the video above, for more.

Interest in Nakamura grows

It might not be the biggest coup the WWE have ever pulled off, but the organisation are interested in signing New Japan Pro Wrestling star Shinsuke Nakamura when his contract runs out in January.

According to Wrestling Inc, the company’s interest in the 6ft 2in 35-year-old is reciprocated, with it claimed that Nakamura dreams of doing something big over in the US.

Here’s to hoping ‘big’ means saving Vince McMahon's failing ratings.

Foley's son to join creative team

Moving on, the WWE have also reportedly added Mick Foley’s son to the creative team.

Dewey Foley will begin work with the organisation as of early 2016, but will have to impress the bigwigs if he wants a full-time role.

It’s said he’s joining as a creative assistant to begin with.

Here's his father's most infamous moment:

Cena's return

Last, but not least, WWE fans drooling over the prospect of John Cena making a return to the ring later this month after his scheduled sabbatical are to be left disappointed - his comeback has been pushed back.

His return was initially planned for December 19 in Inglewood, California, but it’s now being purported that he won’t feature again in the ring until a week later; the December 26 event at Madison Square Gardens.

Here's what happened before Cena's absence:

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