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PUBLISHED: Oct 10, 2014 4:18pm

John Cena hints at Stone Cold Steve Austin’s WWE comeback

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John Cena will join other superstars like The Miz, Bray Wyatt, the Wyatt Family and Sheamus tonight and tomorrow at the 2-day WWE Live at the Putra Indoor Stadium, Bukit Jalil. — TRP pic by Mokhsin Zamani

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KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 10, 2014:

Former 15 time WWE champion John Cena, sat down for an interview with the Malaysian media today and revealed a mouth watering possibility.

The rumours of the “Rattlesnake” returning to the WWE could be true, especially after Cena did not deny the rumours,

When asked if he would face Steve Austin for a “dream” Wrestlemania match just like his previous match with The Rock, he did not rule it out.

“I hope that his return to the ring is imminent. He has been training really hard and is in great shape,” he said during his Q&A session at the Saujana Resort in Shah Alam before his participation in the WWE Live in Malaysia event later in the day.

Cena was full of surprises, first answering a tough scientific question in exercise physiology correctly and later wowed the crowd by answering a Taiwanese reporter’s question, in Mandarin.

Cena will join other superstars like The Miz, Bray Wyatt, the Wyatt Family and Sheamus tonight and tomorrow at  the 2-day WWE Live at the Putra Indoor Stadium, Bukit Jalil.

WWE Live is supported by Malaysian Major Events, a division of Malaysia Convention and Exhibition Bureau, an agency under the Tourism and Culture Ministry.

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