WWE News: John Cena Gives Big Hint Of Kenny Omega Coming To WWE
When it comes to John Cena, he always tries to tease something big with his social media posts. Last year prior to the Royal Rumble PPV, he posted a picture of AJ Styles fuelling up the rumors of coming to the WWE. It became right after Styles debuted by appearing at the No. 3 spot in the Royal Rumble PPV.
This time around, the franchise posted a picture of the Japanese megastar, Kenny Omega on his Instagram account hinting that he might debut at the Royal Rumble PPV this year.
A photo posted by John Cena (@johncena) on Jan 8, 2017 at 8:58am PST
Following his incredible match at the Wrestle Kingdom 11 against Kazuchika Okada, Omega is on a hiatus from NJPW (New Japan Pro-Wrestling). This fueled up the speculations that he might not re-sign with the company. In addition, Omega is not advertised for the future events of NJPW.
Omega noticed the post made by Cena on Instagram and opened up about it. In a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, he stated that Cena has been able to earn tremendous respect from him and all over the world by staying at the top spot for more than a decade. He also said that he would have to think about the future options for him and has not made up his mind, yet.
“John Cena is one of the great WWE talents that I respect most. If I were to end up there, working with someone of his caliber would certainly be a goal and jive with my mission of changing wrestling. I’m glad to be on his radar, but I haven’t made any decisions regarding my future yet.”
Omega indeed can be a great option for the WWE. He can be utilized in the main roster as well as on the NXT scene. Since he already has a big fan following around the world, he can be a big draw for the company.
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