Well look who is back on Monday Night Raw.
After losing out on his road to WrestleMania on Raw, John Cena won his way into the SmackDown title scene last Tuesday night. This week, Cena showed up to Raw to talk about SmackDown’s pay-per-view, Fastlane, this Sunday.
Looking for a place to speak without being interrupted by the likes of Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Baron Corbin, Dolph Ziggler, and even AJ Styles, Cena came to the red brand to call his shot. According to Cena, he will win his record breaking 17th WWE title at Fastlane and then continue on his road to WrestleMania 34.
After making history this Sunday at #WWEFastlane, @JohnCena wants to defend his 17th @WWE Championship against @ShinsukeN AND @AJStylesOrg at #WrestleMania! pic.twitter.com/5a5XN8PnsV— WWE (@WWE) March 6, 2018
Cena even encouraged Styles to use his rematch clause to make the WWE championship a triple threat with Shinsuke Nakamura also joining in on the fun. Before he could continue with his promo and make his next salient point, Goldust walked down to the ring.
No, seriously, Goldust actually showed up to confront Cena on Raw in 2018.
Don't underestimate just how quickly @Goldust can SHATTER your DREAMS! #RAW @JohnCena pic.twitter.com/Ej9utjxIju— WWE Universe (@WWEUniverse) March 6, 2018
Following Goldust punching Cena square in the jaw, Raw General Manager Kurt Angle put them into a match. Guess who won?
Momentum is on @JohnCena's side as his Road to #WrestleMania takes him through #WWEFastlane THIS SUNDAY! #RAW pic.twitter.com/cuJOAxcAsV— WWE (@WWE) March 6, 2018
The Fastlane pay-per-view (PPV) takes place on Sun., Mar. 11, 2018, at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Will Cena make history, shatter Ric Flair’s title record, and win the WWE championship this Sunday night?