With that said, there's plenty of time for Cena to achieve that milestone beyond Wrestle Mania season.
Meanwhile, Undertaker could be done with wrestling as soon as Wrestle Mania 33, and Cena would be a fitting final opponent for him.
In an effort to redeem himself once he resurfaces, Cena could set his sights on the former cornerstone of Smack Down, Undertaker, and challenge him to a marquee match at Wrestle Mania where the loser must leave WWE.
On the blockbuster 900th episode of Smack Down Live on Tuesday, Undertaker is set to make his first televised WWE appearance since Wrestle Mania 32 in April.There have been several theories as to what The Deadman will have in store for the WWE Universe and what it might mean for his immediate future with the company.There is also a decent chance that Undertaker's appearance is merely meant to be a one-off as a way to boost ratings for the milestone episode of Smack Down.But now would be as good of a time as any to reveal what's next for him in WWE.She made the final cut and was one of the top eight contestants, but was the second person eliminated on July 24.
Despite her elimination, she was invited to observe workouts and the training facility at WWE's developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), along with Brooke Adams.
With Wrestle Mania 33 quickly approaching, fan speculation has begun to run rampant as to whom 'Taker could be facing at The Show of Shows.
Leading the list of potential candidates, however, is none other than John Cena.
She suffered a minor broken nose after receiving a bulldog from Maria in August 2008.
After a month-long absence, Maryse returned at Survivor Series pay-per-view event in November, participating in a five-on-five Divas elimination tag team match, eliminating Kelly Kelly, Mickie James and Candice Michelle; Maryse was the sole survivor of her team, but was ultimately eliminated by Beth Phoenix.
Of course, the most logical direction for him would be to continue chasing the prestigious prize heading into Wrestle Mania.