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John Cena’s Survivor Series Status

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WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena defeats Randy Orton, Roman Reigns and Kane in a Fatal Four-Way Title Match

It looks like John Cena will not be returning in time for the WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view event in November. WWE has removed Cena from all advertising for the annual event and it looks as if he now won’t return to the company until the end of December. This would be his third straight year missing that show.

His first December dates include WWE Raw events, first at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY on Tues Dec 26, followed the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY on Wed, Dec 27 and Times Union Center, Albany, NY on Fri Dec 29.

He will end 2017 appearing at the  Amalie Arena in Tampa, FL for a SmackDown Live event on Sat Dec 30.

Cena has been committed to his Hollywood schedule over the last 12 months as he makes his transition from a full-time WWE Superstar.

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