John Cena expected to wrestle at No Mercy in October

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WWE SummerSlam was a pay-per-view to remember, and one specific highlight was when John Cena left one of his armbands in the ring.

The decision to leave a piece of his memorabilia laying flat in the ring raised questions within the WWE Universe, with people suggesting that Cena could be on his way out of the company.

However, that is not the case just yet as the veteran is still expected to play a big part on SmackDown LIVE.


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Cena was on the losing side at SummerSlam as he was defeated by AJ Styles, who is now the WWE World Champion following his win over Dean Ambrose at Backlash.

It's well documented that Cena will renew his rivalry with Styles once he returns to the squared circle, meaning he will once again be in the title picture.

The big question is, when will Cena return?

Well, according to NoDQ, Cena will be part of SmackDown LIVE's next pay-per-view, which is No Mercy, with him likely to face the new champion Styles.

No Mercy takes place on October 9, but Cena is likely to feature before that, with a possible appearance this Tuesday on SmackDown LIVE.

Cena could set up his feud with Styles this week on SmackDown LIVE, which could then see the two collide at No Mercy next month.

However, following the next PPV, Cena will take another hiatus away from the company as he films the second season of American Grit.

Whilst filming his TV show, it's likely that he will miss the remainder of the year, meaning he could return at the Royal Rumble in January.

Cena has recently wrestled during the tour of Manila and Shanghai, and is scheduled to work Monday's SmackDown WWE Live Event in Fairfx.

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