John Cena wrestles at Saturday WWE live event return

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For the first time since March 2020, WWE held a live event and for the first time since January 2019, John Cena was on the show.

The pop culture star teamed with Rey and Dominik Mysterio in six-man tag team action, defeating The Bloodline (Universal Champion Roman Reigns and SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos) at Pittsburgh, PA’s PPG Arena Saturday.

The same pairing was also the post-show dark match for Friday’s SmackDown which marked Cena’s first match back in a non-cinematic way since a four-way Universal title no. 1 contender’s match on Raw in January 2019.

The last live event Cena worked on was a day earlier than that Raw as he defeated Baron Corbin in a no DQ match in Huntsville, Alabama.

He is set to return to action again Sunday in Louisville, Kentucky, as the Summer of Cena tour kicks off in earnest.

Here’s the full results from the WWE Supershow:

Women’s Tag Team Champions Natalya & Tamina defeated Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler to retain
Drew McIntyre defeated U.S. Champion Sheamus in a non-title open challenge. Jinder Mahal and McIntyre brawled after the match.
SmackDown Women’s Champion Bianca Belair defeated Carmella to retain
WWE Champion Bobby Lashley defeated Kofi Kingston to retain
Riddle defeated AJ Styles (w/ Omos)
Raw Women’s Champion Nikki A.S.H. defeated Charlotte Flair & Rhea Ripley in a three-way to retain (A.S.H. pinned Flair while Ripley was in the figure eight)
John Cena & the Mysterios defeated The Bloodline (Universal Champion Roman Reigns & SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos)

Several reports sent into our website said Cena was over like crazy as one would expect while McIntyre vs. Sheamus and Styles vs. Riddle were noted as the best matches.