It was freshly declared that February 2017 is set for a remarkable return of Elimination Chamber pay-per-view as Smackdown’s final pay-per-view before WrestleMania. This suggests a clear indication of the return of the unforgiving steel structure which would most likely determine the WWE champion heading into Wrestlemania. Popularly known for beholding inhabitance of assorted legendary superstars, the event is also known as ‘Road to WrestleMania’. This event witnesses the presence of various WWE superstars!

John Cena

‘Talking Stick Resort Arena’ is the official venue for the event which announced that WWE Superstar John Cena, one of the most popular in the field and an Internet’s talk now will not be a part of the event. Some names to show up for the event are Randy Orton, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, The USO’s, Becky Lynch, The Miz, Dolph Ziggler, Natalya, Nikki Bella, AJ Styles and more. Watch out for this event, going to be an entertaining one!

The official statement made by the channel for Elimination chamber is, “This will be your chance to see some of your favorite WWE Smackdown Superstars battle inside ten tons of unforgiving steel!”

However, Cena is signed for advertising all the episodes of Royal Rumble and SmackDown in January. WWE live events page says that Cena would surely be a part of the live event in Illinois on February 25th.

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Last seen at No Mercy pay-per-view event, Cena took a break from WWE to shoot the second season of the reality show “The American Grit”. Cena being a dynamic personality is earning bids which have stressed out the connections between him and the company. WWE executives are cramped with Cena’s frequent movie signings. Cena anticipated shooting several movies in 2017 which signifies that he will be wrestling less than 6 months.

Although, he is scheduled to host SNL on December 10. On December 26, Cena is expected to fight with Dean Ambrose and AJ Styles in a triple threat match at a house show in Madison Square Garden.

The Elimination chamber, without Cena’s appearance, would amplify conflicts with his Wrestlemania opponents at the Royal Rumble itself. John Cena’s cut from the Elimination chamber would surely raise questions among fans as he is an intrinsic part of SmackDown Live. It would be fascinating to watch how WWE narrates the fables between John Cena and his capable rival for Wrestlemania.