Posted on 11/09/123 by Colin Vassallo
John Cena’s time with WWE is once again up as SAG-AFTRA
announced that it has approved a deal on behalf of its
members to end the historic strike after 118 days.
Cena made it clear that when the strike is over, he will be
called back to work in Hollywood where several movie and
television productions are waiting for him and other staff
to resume. He shot down the idea of doing both wrestling and
movies at the same time as it would endanger the livelihood
of the staff working on his projects if he is injured in the
The 16-time world champion had got the legal okay from SAG
before returning to WWE for two months, starting in early
September. That run ended on November 4 at Crown Jewel in
Saudi Arabia where he was destroyed by Solo Sikoa in a
On his cryptic Instagram feed, Cena posted a photo of
football/soccer star David Beckham playing his final
professional match and followed it with “The End” graphic
from Looney Tunes to signify the end of the strike today.
Major movie studios unanimously approved the deal to end the
strike and giving SAG-AFTRA members what they wanted: a new
contract worth more than $1 billion in total.