We couldn't see him on TV, but the Orlando, Florida crowd got to see John Cena live and in-person after Monday Night Raw went off the air on August 9.
Picking up right where the show left off, John Cena would share a moment in the ring with Randy Orton and Riddle as they all came together for a group hug despite the fact that Randy Orton had laid out Riddle just moments beforehand with an RKO.
Following that brief moment of playing Peacemaker between Randy and Riddle, John Cena would turn his attention to Jinder Mahal and Veer, whom he fought in a tag team match alongside Damian Priest.
Scoop #7: John Cena & Damien Priest vs Jinder Mahal & Veer pic.twitter.com/Lv3oNE1AtD— Jacob Cohen (@MrJacobCohen) August 10, 2021
This was yet another stop on the Summer of Cena but fans who attend SmackDown this week will actually be able to see John Cena as part of the show as he has been promised to confront Roman Reigns just eight days ahead of their encounter at WWE SummerSlam.
Priest made his intentions clear tonight as he looks to become WWE United States Champion at SummerSlam when he takes on Sheamus. Learn more about that here.