John Cena has been the face of the WWE for nearly a decade now.
More specifically, though, he has been the focal point of Monday Night Raw since being drafted to the WWE's No. 1 brand way back in 2005. He hasn't left the show since then, and he's rarely appeared on the No. 2 brand, SmackDown, especially in recent years.
But it's time for Cena to go back home.
Cena started off his career on SmackDown, where he was able to rise to fame under his rapper gimmick before moving over to Raw—where, of course, he became the undisputed top guy in all of pro wrestling.
While Cena has obviously had a ton of success in the WWE and is still its biggest star, the time has come for him to go back to the WWE's so-called "B-show" after a lengthy run on its premier program.
Here are five reasons why John Cena should go full-time to SmackDown.