John Cena and Randy Orton share a deep root of rivalry in WWE during their prime and they are also known to be real-life friends. They have shared appearances in some of the iconic phases of WWE and Randy Orton wanted to repeat that at WrestleMania 36. The Viper made a friendly call out to John Cena through his Instagram handle and the 15-time World Champion has finally responded to Randy Orton’s challenge.
A few days back, Randy Orton posted a picture through his Instagram handle, in which he was holding a magazine with John Cena in the cover. The cover featured John Cena along with the quote “Up for a challenge”. The Viper posted that picture with a caption saying: "I’m on a flight to London and see this striking young man asking me a question. Why yes @johncena I am up for a challenge, are you? Let’s say ohhhh I dunno, #Wrestlemania36 maybe? Or does Hollywood have you booked solid? #WM36". A lot of fans showed their excitement in the comments section and gave a green signal for John Cena vs Randy Orton at WrestleMania 36 and finally, Cena has responded.
According to John Cena, he does not make matches in WWE and thus he can’t determine the possibility of the matchup. John Cena is no longer a regular face in WWE and the WWE superstar feels that his age doesn't permit him to make regular appearances anymore. After achieving almost everything in WWE, John Cena has turned his attention towards the cinematic universe and he has some big projects lined up for the future which also includes Fast & Furious 9. Despite having a hectic schedule and at 42, the 15-time WWE Champion claimed that he wants to appear at WrestleMania 36. John Cena has never missed a WrestleMania event since his first appearance at WrestleMania 19 and he doesn't want to miss the upcoming event. Take a look at John Cena’s appearance as Dr of Thuganomics from last year.