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Re: WWE: A Strong Response
>Cena’s Decision Due at Unforgiven!<
For weeks, every fan & member of the WWE have been wondering if John Cena will take up Tazz’s offer to leave Raw and return to Smackdown.
Last night we heard from the man himself and he announced that he has made his decision, and he will inform us of that decision this Sunday night at Unforgiven. While making that announcement, he was interrupted by his long time rival, Randy Orton. The Viper, who will be challenging Batista for the WWE Championship at this weekend’s exclusive Raw brand pay-per-view made it clear to Cena that the time is right for him to leave Raw for his own sake. Orton told him that Cena’s time is up and that we will soon be heading in to the Orton era.
There’s still plenty of tension between the two men who have battled it out for this year, and the number one contender for the WWE Championship still holds Cena responsible for the fact he isn’t the champion right now after Cena was the one who took the loss at WrestleMania earlier this year that cost Orton the gold. It looked as if they were going to clash again, only Cena was sensible enough not to put his return from injury in jeopardy, after being injured, ironically by The Viper. Later on in the show, we saw Cena tell Batista to give Orton hell at Unforgiven, and when asked by Todd Grisham for a clue as to what his long term future holds, Cena said he might have to think some things through again.
Did Orton get to him? Has Cena been swayed one way or the other? Was he all set to stay on Raw and is now fearful of The Viper, or is he thinking about staying to prove him wrong? There’s only one way to find out, and that’s to make sure you watch Unforgiven this weekend to see what the future indeed holds for Cena.