WWE News: John Cena’s Broken Skull Sessions: This latest WWE news piece is regarding John Cena. The 16-time World Champion John Cena, who lost to Roman Reigns at Summerslam on August 21, was set to appear on “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions. However, the episode has been pulled from the Peacock and WWE Network, with the reason undisclosed.
WWE News: John Cena’s Broken Skull Sessions: According to the latest update, John Cena’s Broken Skull Session episode will no longer air on September 26 with the WWE Extreme Rules PPV event.
WWE News: Seth Rollins to replace John Cena’s episode
As per the latest report generated by PWInsider, Seth Rollins’ episode would now be aired instead of John Cena’s on September 26, as WWE plans to make up for pulling down Cena’s edition of Broken Skull Sessions.
“The announced Broken Skull Sessions episode featuring Steve Austin interviewing John Cena will no longer air on Sunday 9/26 following WWE Extreme Rules on the WWE Network and Peacock. Instead, an episode with Austin talking with Seth Rollins will instead premiere that day.”
WWE News: John Cena had a tough time at Summerslam
John Cena was touted to dethrone the Head of the Table as the Universal Champion and become a record 17-time World Champion. However, it turned out to be an unsolved misery for John Cena, who succumbed to his second loss at the hands of Roman Reigns.
Roman defeated John Cena at the No Mercy PPV in 2017, and four years later, in 2021, the Head of the Table humiliated the Leader of Cenation at WWE Summerslam. By the looks of their match, it seemed like John Cena was brought back as a scapegoat to glorify Roman Reigns’ stint as the Universal Champion, and his crushing defeat was all about helping Vince McMahon in Roman’s push.
WWE News: Will Cena return anytime soon?
The Summer of John Cena is officially ended with a defeat at Summerslam PPV. He is off to Hollywood to film his next projects, but John Cena is scheduled to appear on the September 10 edition of Super Smackdown scheduled at the Madison Square Garden in New York. That would be his final appearance of this run until we see him return next time.