John Cena Reaches WWE Milestone With Surprise RAW Appearance

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John Cena keeps racking up achievements even though he is no longer a full-time active WWE star.

While appearing on The Pat McAfee Show, Cena stated that he hopes to have one more run next year once his Hollywood acting commitments are completed after Christmas.

He also stated that, while he still has rubber on the tires, he is aware that he is nearing the end of his career in the ring and intends to retire before the age of 50, which means he will be done in 2027.

Cena made a surprise WWE appearance at WrestleMania 40 on Sunday night, assisting Cody Rhodes in his Undisputed WWE Universal Title Match against Roman Reigns.

The following night, on Monday’s RAW, during the final moments of The Miz and R-Truth vs. Judgment Day (Finn Balor, Dominik Mysterio, and JD McDonagh), Cena ran down to the ring as the sixth man in the match, hitting signature moves on the heels to help the Raw Tag Team Champions win.

WWE Stats revealed that as a result of the match, Cena has now worked a WWE TV match for 23 consecutive years. Randy Orton accomplished this earlier this year, as he also joined the main roster in 2002.