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John Cena Feels He’s In Jeopardy Of Losing The Fans’ Support At WWE Crown Jewel

John Cena delivered an emotional message on the October 27 episode of WWE SmackDown.

16-time world champion John Cena previously noted that he hasn’t won a televised singles match in over 2,000 days. He will aim to end that streak when he faces Solo Sikoa at WWE Crown Jewel.

Cena came to the ring on the October 27 episode of WWE SmackDown and shared his thoughts ahead of the bout. He first hyped up the crowd before he turned serious and admitted that, for the first time in 20 years, he felt like he was in jeopardy of losing the fans’ support and respect. Cena questioned whether he still had it but went on to call the match a must-win.

Paul Heyman interrupted and highlighted Cena’s remarkable career. He got emotional as he noted that he raised his kids to be like Cena. Heyman stated that Cena might not be the greatest of all time in the ring anymore, but he’s still the GOAT at communicating to the fans.

Heyman explained that Cena could have kept communicating for years, but then he “pissed off” The Bloodline. Heyman told Cena that Sikoa would take away Cena’s greatest weapon, his voice, and defeat him.

Sikoa punctuated the message by attacking Cena from behind and leaving him lying with a Samoan Spike.

Catch up on our coverage of the October 27 episode of WWE SmackDown here.