John Cena and The Undertaker 'to make shock WWE returns' but Vince McMahon won't bring legends back until fans return

JOHN CENA is being lined up for a sensational WWE face-off with The Undertaker, according to reports.

With Wrestlemania 37 still some months away, plans are being put in place to wow fans with a shock match-up.


However, the identity of the wrestlers involved could hinge on the coronavirus pandemic.

It has been claimed that Cena and Taker would be offered a return by WWE boss Vince McMahon if fans are allowed to attend the event.

That is according to wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer, who has stated that both stars would be interested in a bout.

He told Wrestling Observer Radio, as quoted by Sportskeeda: "I think if there are no fans then there’s no reason to bring [Cena] back.

"If there are fans… you know come WrestleMania season they’re gonna talk to John Cena and they’re gonna talk to Undertaker.

"I mean it’s just how it is no matter what they say now. A lot of times those guys come back."

Whether the pair would face off against each other or not remains to be seen.

They shared a surprise three-minute showdown at WrestleMania 34, which ended in The Undertaker unleashing a Tombstone Piledriver to down his opponent.

An appearance in Florida next year would mean a dramatic return from retirement for the veteran star, 55.

The event is set for Tampa's Raymond James Stadium on March 28, having been moved from California due to the pandemic.

Sports events have been allowed to continue in the American state throughout the pandemic, with WWE and NBA pitching up for matches behind closed doors.

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