John Cena was a guest on "The Grayson Waller Effect" during Friday night's episode of SmackDown, and you probably won't be shocked to learn that the 16-time WWE Champion wasn't overly appreciative to be told he needed to be more like the chat show's host.
As tensions quickly started to rise, Jimmy Uso made his way to the ring following his clash with the leader of the Cenation last week.
He told Cena that no one wants him in WWE and claimed everyone was there to see him. It looked like the two men were about to come to blows but it was then that Paul Heyman and Solo Sikoa started marching to the ring. While Jimmy still isn't officially back in The Bloodline, he thinks he is and was grabbed by Sikoa who once again considered delivering a Samoan Spike.
Instead, he superkicked Cena and proceeded to lay waste to the babyface before AJ Styles hit the ring to make the save. They drove off the heels and Solo saved his older brother from an Attitude Adjustment as SmackDown went off the air.
So, where is all this leading? In the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer reveals that Reigns' next match isn't slated to take place until November 4 in Saudi Arabia. He's not injured but does work a part-time schedule these days, and now appears to be taking most of the Fall off.
The Tribal Chief will, however, return to television before November and is likely to appear regularly on TV again until the Royal Rumble (where he's not advertised to appear).
With Cena confirmed to be part of WWE until at least October 27, we'd be shocked if he doesn't also make the trip to Saudi Arabia for that PLE, likely for a match involving The Bloodline. We'll have to wait and see, though a loss to Reigns could be an effective way for Cena to take another hiatus before WrestleMania.
You can check out some highlights from SmackDown below.