Well, it appears the John Cena machine is back up and running after a momentary pause.
Now, not only does it appear Cena will be involved in the US live events, but also the ones overseas.
The man himself took to Twitter with the following news:
Cena (@JohnCena) October 18, 2012
This is great news for the European Cenation. Especially considering Cena's immediate future was up in the air just a few small weeks ago. Overall, it appears the WWE needs Cena more than they anticipated, ultimately proving that in some cases, one man is bigger than the company.
Ultimately, it appears that the WWE realized this and had Cena pass the torch to Ryback on Raw. Don't get me wrong, I realize Ryback is no John Cena—however, he is an intriguing replacement. Essentially, even with CM Punk and Ryback in the main-event scene, the WWE still needs Cena's stroke to get butts in seats.
Cena is a proven superstar and has been the bread winner for the WWE for several years now. So, to me, it's a no-brainer for a healing John Cena to tour with the company. Even though he will probably just be cutting promos, his presence alone should prove to be enough reason for fans to show up.
In the end, if you're a John Cena fan and live in Europe, you now have a reason to go to one of the live events.