John Cena was fixed for a wrestling match with The Undertaker in recent times in the WrestleMania34 and this caused a whole lot of excitement as fans are eager to watch both wrestling legends get into a fight. WWE just confirmed yet another fixture to feature John Cena and Triple H in the Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia.
Mirror News Report: The WWE are going all out to make sure The Greatest Royal Rumble event in Saudi Arabia will be a huge success, with John Cena vs. Triple H added to the bill.
Two of the biggest stars in the history of the WWE will go head-to-head for the first time since 2010, when they step into the ring in Jeddah.
It is just the latest in a long line of match announcements, including the biggest ever 50-man rumble and SEVEN title matches.
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The showpiece event takes place on April 27th from the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium. It will be the first in a long-term partnership between the company at the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Triple H and Cena last faced off in singles competition on an episode of Monday Night RAW in 2010, with The Cerebral Assassin beating Cena by DQ. But they have also faced off on the Grandest Stage of them All, when they competed for the WWE Heavyweight Title at WrestleMania 22 – Cena the victor on that occasion.
With both since moving to a part-time schedule, it seemed unlikely they would face each other one-on-one again, as they tend to face newer competition in an effort to get them over with the crowd.
They have had zero interaction on WWE TV, as Cena searches for his WrestleMania match with The Undertaker and Triple H deals with Ronda Rousey heading into New Orleans.
There has been no indication on whether the event will fit into WWE canon, or just be a glorified house show, so we could see them build interest to the match after the dust settles from WrestleMania.
Also announced for the spectacle in Jeddah includes the largest ever 50-man Royal Rumble, a showdown between the Hardy Boyz and The Bar, and a four-way ladder match featuring Seth Rollins, Finn Balor, The Miz and Samoa Joe.