John Cena Makes His Return At WWE’s Madison Square Garden Show – Mandatory

After another long hiatus from WWE, John Cena returned in a post-Christmas live event in Madison Square Garden, defeating Baron Corbin in a singles match.

Baron Corbin was in the ring to initially take on Braun Strowman, but since Strowman is still recovering from his surgically-repaired elbow, Corbin would win by forfeit. This would cause WWE Chairman Vince McMahon to enter the ring and announce a replacement opponent for the former acting general manager of RAW.

Vince McMahon has arrived… #WWEMSG pic.twitter.com/shBPsBG3N7

— Justin Barrasso (@JustinBarrasso) December 27, 2018

Vince McMahon then introduces Baron Corbin’s opponent: a man with more Madison Square Garden moments than Hulk Hogan, Bruno Sammartino, and Stone Cold combined… #WWEMSG #brunoisturningoverinhisgrave pic.twitter.com/wOs5Zoafa8

— Justin Barrasso (@JustinBarrasso) December 27, 2018

Vince introduced John Cena as Corbin’s opponent to by far the biggest reaction of the night. And he’s got the hair! #WWEMSG pic.twitter.com/ZORh4e6skC

— Jason Solomon (@solomonster) December 27, 2018

@JohnCena is BACK in the ring here at #WWEMSG and he brought a good luck charm from his friend @TheEllenShow pic.twitter.com/j6uk8mG9hZ

— WWE (@WWE) December 27, 2018

The 16-time World Champion would proceed to hit his trademark moves in front of the New York City audience, beating Corbin in fairly quick fashion.

Cena has been in-and-out from WWE television since WrestleMania 34, where he was beaten in a squash match against The Undertaker. Since then, he has made sporadic appearances with his most recent being at WWE Super Show-Down.

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