WWE superstar John Cena is down but not out. The 16-time world champion can never be out of action and the 'Cenation' strives for the champ to take up new challenges.
The Hustle Loyalty and Respect have not come together at the men's Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber and Fastlane but Cena has given himself a shot at the perhaps the biggest match at Wrestlemania 34. Yes, John Cena could be locking horns against the 'Dead Man' Undertaker at the showpiece event in New Orleans Louisiana.
John Cena's enduring dare and courage have never been in question and he gave a glimpse of the same by throwing a challenge to the Undertaker for a matchup at Wrestlemania.
The Undertaker has handed out a telling response to Cena by strongly hinting at a possible return to the Wrestlemania and making Cena pay for his verbal lobbies at him.
"You really keep pushing this issue. You made it personal and now it's time to pay the "Grim reaper your soul"," he tweeted.
“I challenge The Undertaker to a match at WrestleMania," 16-time champion Cena had said on RAW, in a bid to lure the Undertaker into a fight and defy WWE officials.
Rumors were strong that the fans would be in for a treat as the two WWE legends would battle it out for a high voltage clash at Wrestlemania 34 in April.
Cena initially claimed he was going to the Show of Shows as a fan but then changed his mind and challenged The Phenom to a fight.
Cena insists that the only person refusing to have that match is The Undertaker himself and called him fragile as well as a "self-centred conceded egomaniac".
He said: "I challenge The Undertaker to a match at WrestleMania. "I was told this was impossible, even though the fan in me wants to see this. I was told this is impossible and I just accepted it.