Good news on the John Cena front, as Wrestling Observer Newsletter is reporting that Cena is making great progress off the injury that has kept him on the sidelines for the last few months. Cena is doing well enough that he was able to go to Iraq and appear on the "Tribute to the Troops" show. As far as when we will see John in-ring again, it may be as soon as WrestleMania, which would be a HUGE boost for the event. The report says that it looks as if it can happen, Cena would take on Randy Orton, who by then would not have the WWE Title.
There is also talk that if Cena is not well enough to be in any sort of match, he may be well enough to at least be at the show, or to make some sort of run-in. As for a match with Orton, it would likely be a second-tier match on the card, with the two main events being the biggest pushed, then the Hogan-Khali (if that is what they in the end go with), and then the Cena match along with the JBL-Y2J match being in that second tier of matches.
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