John Cena returns to WWE for first appearance since Wrestlemania

Danny Woods
July 5, 2017

It appears Cena won't be tied to Smackdown and will also be on RAW so WWE can maximise his next spell with the company before Hollywood beckons again. Most of the Smackdown locker room would be jostling for the position of number one contender in a battle royale, but before AJ Styles could even think of entering that brouhaha he'd have to earn a spot in it. The nature of this segment gave rise to Rusev, the Bulgarian fighter who, as usual, dedicated a few words against the Americans and Cena. A fired up Cena challenged him to a match but he made a decision to back down instead.

Naomi beats Lana in eight seconds In what could possibly the end of the this feud, SmackDown Live Women's champion Naomi put her title on the line for the third time against Lana and submitted The Ravishing Russian in just eight seconds. They got cut by Naomi and the Smackdown GM who fined Ellsworth for interrupting the ladder match. Tamina showed up after the match in the corner of Lana.

The Modern-Day Maharaja arrives with a warning for Randy Orton ahead of their Punjabi Prison Match at WWE Battleground.

The rap contest featuring Wale was an entertaining one. On the same show, Baron Corbin attacked Shinsuke Nakamura backstage to continue their issues.

John Cena returns to WWE for first appearance since Wrestlemania

Fandango and "Tenee Young" try to get The Perfect 10 to spill the beans on how he plans to win the Independence Day Battle Royal.

The Phenomenal One may have defeated the former Olympian, but it was Gable who benefited most from the bout.

Seeing as how it was the fourth of July, all eyes were on the United States championship last night. Styles would prove triumphant, but his victory was short-lived as Owens ambushed him after his win and ended Smackdown with the new face of America spitting venom on his new competition.

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