John Cena could be cutting back on WWE shows

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John Cena will have the opportunity tonight to become a 16-time world champion at No Mercy when he faces off against AJ Styles and Dean Ambrose for the WWE World Championship.

History could be made if the leader of the Cenation wins the match and the title as he would tie Ric Flair's record for the most world titles all-time as recognised by the company. We know he'll achieve this accomplishment at some point, it's just a matter of when not if.

However, according to reports, Cena could be interested in taking more of a backseat role soon away from any sort of championship, as he has expressed interest in work outside of the WWE.


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TMZ Sports reported - via Ringside News - that would be interested in taking up a hosting role on 'Live with Kelly' saying: "I'll answer the phone, but I'm not going to sit by the phone.

"It's really cool to sit down with a suit and tie in the morning and then fly to SmackDown Live and be a WWE Superstar."

It's tough to see any superstar doing one full-time job in the morning, and then wrestling later in the day somewhere else in the country, but if anyone is able to do it, it would be John Cena.

Still, even him may be unable to manage the commitment on a week-to-week basis. It would certain limit the number of shows he would be able to do. The WWE probably wouldn't put any championship on him if he isn't going to be a full-time performer with the amount of talent they now have on the Raw and SmackDown rosters.

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