Ah! Absolute entertainment for the first time since 2010, John Cena will go head-to-head with Triple H at the Greatest Royal Rumble event…
During his excellent career in WWE, Cena has won 25 championships, including a record-tying 16 World Titles. Whereas, on the other side of the ring, The King of Kings, Triple H has captured a total of 24 championships in WWE, including 14 World Titles. In fact, the collective championship history between these two epic warriors is nearly enough to give each entrant in the history-making 50-Man Royal Rumble Match one title individually.
If their shared history in the squared circle shows one thing, it’s that any contest between John Cena and Triple H will always bring out their aggressive side. Add into the mix the high-profile nature of a groundbreaking event like the Greatest Royal Rumble, and their imminent showdown has the potential to be a match for the ages.
Well, apart from this match, fans will also get to see WWE Superstars Roman Reigns, AJ Styles, Braun Strowman, The New Day, Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt and Shinsuke Nakamura, among others.
Rumors that Surround the Greatest Royal Rumble Match: John Cena vs Triple H
The rivalry between the two WWE standard-bearers has intensified with every encounter they’ve had over the years, from their classic matchup at WrestleMania 22 to their clash at Night of Champions 2008 to their knockdown, drag-out brawl on Raw in 2010. And even though they haven’t battled one-on-one since, there’s no question that they’ll be ready to pick up right where they left off at a moment’s notice.
Rumour 1: Last time these two veterans faced each other for the WWE Championship was a decade ago at the Night of Champions. The “Cerebral Assassin” came out on top that night after hitting his signature maneuver, the Pedigree. The upcoming match could be a reflection of what transpired ten years ago. Subsequently, it would continue the string of losses for John Cena.
Rumour 2: Notably, Triple H was forced to submit to this painful submission move at WrestleMania 22. He was inches away from the bottom rope before he tapped out, that left the fans in disbelief. If the “Game” taps out again in Saudi Arabia, it would leave the fans at the King Abdullah International Stadium gasping. It would surely be an ending no one would have expected.
Rumour 3: Stephanie McMahon is currently not competing at this event. Hence, there are good chances that she would be at the ringside to support her husband for this match. The “Billion Dollar Princess” has helped the “King of Kings” numerous times in the past to sneak a victory. This will also ensure John Cena looks good, even though he ends on the losing side.
John Cena Vs Triple H and Other Match Cards At The Greatest Royal Rumble
- Raw Tag Team Championship – The Bar vs. TBD: Raw is currently holding a Tag Team Eliminator tournament for the opportunity to face Cesaro & Sheamus for the vacant titles. It will be either The Revival or Matt Hardy & Bray Wyatt.
- Universal Championship (Steel Cage Match) – Brock Lesnar (c) vs. Roman Reigns: This will serve as Lesnar’s first appearance since WrestleMania after re-signing with WWE.
- Intercontinental Championship (Ladder Match) – Seth Rollins (c) vs. The Miz vs. Finn Balor vs. Samoa Joe: With Miz challenging Rollins one-on-one at Backlash in May, we suppose a title retention should be expected, nevertheless, who knows right now?!
- United States Championship – Jinder Mahal (c) vs. Randy Orton: For some reason, Orton was not given an automatic rematch, but he earned the opportunity at SmackDown.
- SmackDown Tag Team Championship – The Bludgeon Brothers (c) vs. The Usos: Similarly, The Usos had to earn a rematch what they exactly did by defeating The New Day.
- The Undertaker vs. Rusev (Casket Match): Hell, Yeah!! So that’s something we’re interested in? They’re literally going to bury Rusev. Amazing, amazing, amazing! Let’s see in the upcoming match, what exactly rolls.
Catch Live Streaming Action B/W John Cena & Triple H
Don’t miss the next chapter in Cena and Triple H’s for in-ring dominance at the Greatest Royal Rumble event, emanating from the King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on Friday, April 27, at 7 p.m. AST.
The event will stream live on the award-winning WWE Network with a tune-in time of 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT, for everything else and latest updates, tune in to WMR.