John Cena gives massive WWE WrestleMania 32 return hint

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World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) fans could be up for a treat as the golden boy of the company, John Cena seems to have given a massive hint towards his return to WrestleMania 32. Cena is recovering from a shoulder injury which he suffered early January.  The “Cenation” leader was expected to be out of this year’s Mania but seems to have given a huge hint on his Twitter account which could lead to his possible return at the “Grand Daddy of Them All”.

It was reported earlier that Cena won’t be featuring in WrestleMania 32 as a wrestler. However, WWE is trying everything from its end to make Cena appear at the upcoming Mania as a non-wrestler. The company is trying to build this year’s gala event as the greatest WrestleMania of all time and having Cena present at the show will provide a massive boost towards their goal, as reported by 411mania.com.

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Cena recently posted a photo on his Twitter account of a musical note of his entrance music “My Time is Now”.

“#KCCO hoping this plays sometime soon!!” read the status of the tweet.

Photo courtesy: Twitter.com/JohnCena

Photo courtesy: Twitter.com/JohnCena

With WrestleMania 32 only a few days away, this can be considered as a major hint provided by Cena of his appearance at the upcoming pay-per-view. WWE knows that even if the 38-year-old doesn’t get involved physically in a match, his sheer presence at the AT&T Arena in Arlington, Texas will be enough to create a huge pop amongst the crowd.

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The company will try to make use of Cena’s popularity to create a special ambience at the arena. With a surprise element attached to Cena’s appearance before the huge event, the company is hoping to gain some traction to the wrestling card which has already been deemed as a lackluster one by many pundits.

John Cena has appeared in each and every WrestleMania since 2003. If he misses the 2016 version, then it would be for the first time in 15 years. If Cena’s hint is anything to go by, then that looks a long way from happening.

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