Although it won’t be long after he will have returned from his current hiatus from the WWE television and live event schedule, veteran WWE Superstar John Cena has already been given time off from live events after the WWE Royal Rumble pay-per-view on January 24th. Cena isn’t scheduled to return on the road with WWE for non-televised shows until the company’s European tour, which kicks off on February 10th.
As noted, during his absence from the active WWE scene, Cena has been primarily filming the new FOX reality show “American Grit,” which he stars as the host of, and has also recently been making the media rounds promoting mainstream film roles he is featured in, such as the Judd Apatow directed film “Trainwreck,” and the Amy Poehler and Tiny Fey led “Sisters.”
This week alone, Cena has appeared on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon,” “The Today Show” and the red carpet premiere of the aforementioned “Sisters.”
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