Through its social networks and its website, WWE has confirmed that John Cena will face “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt in WrestleMania 36, the most important event of the year for the company.
Just over 24 hours ago, “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt lost the Universal Championship to Goldberg in the main Super ShowDown event, the WWE Network exclusive show. The 53-year-old wrestler managed to defeat “The Fiend” in a match that lasted only about three minutes until the former wrestler of the extinct WCW connected his jackhammer over Wyatt to win the victory via pinfall.
At the end of this confrontation, Wyatt managed to get up as if nothing had happened and mysteriously disappeared, leaving fans with doubts about what would happen to this character.
In the most recent episode of SmackDown, John Cena made his return to WWE after several months away from the company’s programming. Cena was originally present to ensure that the next edition of WrestleMania will not have him on the card.
However, when Cena was about to leave, the enclosure lights went out and then revealed: “The Fiend” behind him. Bray Wyatt prepared to point out the WrestleMania sign, to which the 16-time world champion gave him a positive signal, which was subsequently signaled as the confirmation of a confrontation between the two men for the thirty-sixth edition of the great event.
Recall that WrestleMania 36 will take place on April 5, 2020, from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Next, the billboard confirmed to date.