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Maybe later? WWE presents all kinds of events throughout the year but only saves its biggest matches for the most important cards. These matches often include some of the top matches you will see all year and WWE has a history of building them up in advance. Now it seems that they might have moved a potential WrestleMania match to one of the other biggest nights on their calendar.

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One of the matches reportedly considered for WrestleMania 39 would have seen John Cena face Logan Paul. Instead, WWE is presenting Paul vs. Seth Rollins an Cena vs. Austin Theory for the United States Title. However, according to WrestleVotes by way of GiveMeSport, both Cena and Paul were interested in having the match and there is a chance that it could take place at Summerslam. The match is NOT confirmed as of yet and is just a possibility at the moment.

This could be interesting. Check out what could be coming together at Summerslam:

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Opinion: That is a match that I could absolutely see taking place as it is a showdown that could work well. Cena is the biggest wrestling star WWE has to offer and Paul is a superstar in a completely different sense. The fact that Paul has done so well in his limited WWE time makes it all the more interesting, and the two of them getting together for a match has some serious potential.

What do you think of the match? How would you see it going? Let us know in the comments below.

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