Appearing on Good Morning America, Cena commented on his match against Reigns and expressed his desire to want to continue once he finishes up his Hollywood commitments.
"Unfortunately WWE doesn't give a silver medal," he said about the loss to Reigns. "I think I will try to do the best I can until I feel I'm offending the consumer. There's nothing like the energy of being in that ring with the audience around. I've had the fortunate opportunity to do a whole lot of stuff. That energy is indescribable. That place is my home. I wouldn't be who I am without it. The audience is my family -- I want to be kind to them -- I still feel good even though I finished second so I still feel I have something to contribute."
On Monday morning, Cena took to social media to thank the WWE and the fans for welcoming him back.
He is advertised to appear at Madison Square Garden for the September 10 episode of WWE SmackDown.