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Austin Theory Is Finally Ready To Face John Cena At WrestleMania 39

Austin Theory Is Finally Ready To Face John Cena At WrestleMania 39

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When Vince McMahon was still in charge of overseeing the day-to-day operations of WWE, it appeared as though his next hand-selected star had emerged. All thanks to one young person, Austin Theory, McMahon resumed making occasional appearances on television after being absent for a number of years. Many rumours circulated during his ascent in the WWE that he might very well face John Cena in a match at WrestleMania 39, a match that would undoubtedly propel him to the next level. However, as his momentum waned, it seemed as though this was unlikely to happen. But with some recent character development and newfound focus, he is finally prepared to face up against one of the biggest stars in WWE history.Skip Ad

Austin Theory Was Set For Big Things Under Vince McMahon

Austin Theory appeared to be ascending the card around the end of 2021, appearing alongside Vince McMahon as his protégé. Although the interaction between the two was a touch strange, it was obvious that McMahon had high hopes for Theory. There have been some comparisons made between Theory and a young John Cena, whether it was because of his appearance or because he was a favourite of McMahon.

Theory felt confident in his future in the organisation with some additional standout performances, a marquee match at WrestleMania 38 versus Pat McAfee, a United States Title reign, and a Money in the Bank victory. It was only a matter of time until the trigger was actually pulled on a significant main event push because of how much McMahon had backed him. As a result of his ascent, there was a lot of talk that he would be in a major bout at the forthcoming WrestleMania, with a potential match against John Cena appearing to be a strong possibility. However, because to the way he was booked, his peculiar relationship with McMahon, and the fact that he didn’t seem to be interested in the game ready for a top role, fans weren’t overly enthralled by this prospect.

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Under Triple H, Austin Theory Looked To Be Getting Buried

Theory’s fortune changed after he won Money in the Bank, especially after Vince McMahon retired, ceding control of WWE to people like Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, and Nick Khan. The fact that Theory kept losing, lost the US Title, and was bullied was evidence that Triple H didn’t view him as favourably as McMahon did.

When Theory attempted to win the United States Championship rather than a World Title during the past month, things only became worse for him because he was unable to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase. This seemed like the ultimate burial since it made Theory appear totally ridiculous. Where he was headed was unclear end up on the card from this point on, and any chance of a big match against John Cena seemed a million miles away. However, Triple H’s plans for Theory weren’t a burial, with his MITB loss being the genesis of a new push.

Austin Theory’s New Character Has Made Him Ready For A Match Against John Cena

Theory’s character changed after his devastating loss. He gave up the selfie gimmick and became more aggressive, violent, and concentrated. Even after only a few weeks, he has already made significant progress and is once again presenting himself as a serious rival. Despite his prior setbacks, he would go on to win the United States Championship at Survivor Series, and his momentum has undeniably returned. Now that he is in good form, it is possible to see him sustaining it and possibly finding himself in a favourable position at WrestleMania 39. In fact, it could be argued that the rumoured match against Cena ought to be included in WWE’s plans, particularly in light of the information that Cena is on the company’s radar for the show in the upcoming year.

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Given that the United States Championship was his first championship and his impressive run for the gold in 2015, Cena has been frequently associated with it. It would further elevate the belt, which has gained significance ever since Triple H assumed control, for him to return to take on Theory. With a match like John Cena vs. Steve Austin on the schedule, WWE may not be able to help themselves, but Theory should be prioritised over Cena in order to ensure that new stars continue to be created. Theory’s new persona has shown a completely different side of him. As the year has progressed, he has made consistent progress and is now being ready to defeat Cena, in what could be a passing of the torch.

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