In the Instagram post below, Orton poked fun at Cena's schedule in "Hollywood" and was wondering if he'd be up for a match at WrestleMania 36 next year in Tampa, Florida. Despite the very long history between the two and the many, many matches they've had in the ring, not once did the two ever have a one-on-one match at a WrestleMania show. The only time Cena and Orton ever had a match together at WrestleMania was the 2008 edition in a triple threat match that included Triple H.
This isn't the first time Orton has called out a former WWE Champion to a match at WrestleMania 36. A few weeks back, Orton challenged Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson to a match for next year's big show only for Johnson to shoot him down, jokingly saying his body is still recovering from when the two shared the ring at WrestleMania 20. Ironically enough, Orton asked Cena on social media if he can get in contact with Johnson about the match proposal?
In recent Orton-related news, the multi-time WWE Champion re-signed with WWE and will stay with the company through at least 2024.
WrestleMania 36 will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on April 5, 2020.