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WWE Network News is reporting that one of the new “Collections” will be added to the service in June entitled “The Rise of John Cena”. Here is what is said to be included:

SmackDown 06/27/2002 – John Cena’s Debut
SmackDown 07/04/2002 – John Cena vs Chris Jericho
Vengeance 2002 – John Cena vs Chris Jericho
SmackDown Early 2003 – Collection of raps on Brock Lesnar
Backlash 2003 – John Cena vs Brock Lesnar
SmackDown 08/07/2003 – John Cena vs Undertaker
No Way Out 2004 – John Cena vs Kurt Angle vs Big Show (Triple Threat Match for #1 Contendership for the WWE Title)
WrestleMania XX – John Cena vs Big Show (United States Championship Match)
Great American Bash 2004 – John Cena vs Booker T vs René Duprée vs Rob Van Dam (Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match for the United States Championship)
No Mercy 2004 – John Cena vs Booker T (United States Championship Match – ‘Best of Five’ Match Series Finale)
No Way Out 2005 – John Cena vs Kurt Angle (#1 Contendership for the WWE Title)
WrestleMania 21 – John Cena vs John Bradshaw Layfield (WWE Championship Match)

Of course, John Cena will be returning this week on Monday Night Raw in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Also announced:

The Dudleys versus Enzo and Cass

Dolph Ziggler versus Baron Corbin in a technical wrestling match