5 WWE Superstars who could retire John Cena
John Cena is a true icon of the WWE.
Debuting on the main roster in 2002, Cena's career started off shaky, though he got more confident in his rapper gimmick, winning his first WWE Championship in 2005.
From there, Cena would go on to become a 16-time World Champion, main eventing multiple WrestleManias and transcending the industry into pop-culture, much like Hulk Hogan and The Rock before him.
But with his Hollywood career now getting bigger and bigger, the truth is, is that Cena's time in the ring is coming to an end, with the Chaingang leader appearing in just a handful of matches in 2018.
With such an iconic star, it's important for Big Match John to get a proper send-off, which leaves the WWE with a huge question.
Here are five WWE Superstars who could be the one, to retire John Cena.
#5 Daniel Bryan
The careers of Daniel Bryan could not have started more differently.
Cena was a prodigy of the WWF training ground, a true blue chipper in his 2002 debut, whilst Bryan did not make it in WWE until 2010, after a decade honing his craft on the indies.
Despite their differences, both men have had huge success, being former World Champions and beloved heroes, though Bryan recently turned his back on the fans.
Competing on Velocity during Bryan's brief tenure with WWE in 2003, things could come full circle if Bryan was to be the one to end Cena's career.
And we're sure that if he was to do this (as a heel), the new Daniel Bryan would not let fans hear the end of it.