Your Time Is Up: What To Do With John Cena And Other Vets Now That WWE’s New Generation Has Arrived

04.07.16 3 years ago 55 Comments
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John Cena and his contemporaries have been on top of WWE for a good many years, but it seems like their time may finally be up. Roman Reigns got his definitive win at WrestleMania 32, and the following night’s Raw focused squarely on new talent. NXT stars Apollo Crews, Baron Corbin, and Enzo and Cass made their Raw debuts, and the main event No. 1 contender’s match featured up-and-comers AJ Styles, Kevin Owens and Cesaro. Other fresh faces like Finn Balor, Bayley and the American Alpha guys can’t be far behind.

It really feels like WWE is about to flip the page to a new chapter, which begs the question – what do you do with the guys from the previous generation? John Cena, Randy Orton, Chris Jericho and others of their era are still able-bodied and holding on to a lot of star power. How do you continue to take advantage of their talents without cutting the new crop of stars off at the knees? Here’s what WWE should do with Cena and other veterans now that the Young Turks are ready to take over…

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