Cena vs. Samoa Joe Cancelled, Stephen Amell, Ken Anderson New Job

Fans have been waiting patiently to see John Cena and Samoa Joe do battle ever since Joe was promoted to the main roster earlier this year. The two did wrestle each other in the past, but those matches took place several years ago. Naturally, fans were intrigued to learn that Cena and Joe would be squaring off in a match at a WWE live event in Madison Square Garden later this year. Unfortunately, the match seems to have been cancelled as the event on the Garden’s website now lists a match between Cena and Roman Reigns for the show instead. There is currently no word on why the match between Cena and Joe was scrapped.
Ken Anderson seemed poised to become a true breakout star in professional wrestling, and although he was not able to become a main eventer in WWE, he did find success while he performed there as Mr. Kennedy. He later joined Impact Wrestling as Mr. Anderson and continued to improve before leaving the company a few years ago. He was known for announcing his name before his matches, so it makes perfect sense that Anderson is now a ring announcer in Top Rank Boxing for ESPN. In addition to his new ring announcing career, Anderson still wrestles and he co-owns and operates “The Academy” pro wrestling school with former WWE wrestler Shawn Daivari.


Couldn’t be more proud of my brother from another mother, @misterkenanderson just absolutely killing it on #ESPN! Perhaps @espn will throw tons pf money at #KenAnderson because those mic skills ya just can’t teach!!! #BornToDoIt
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Stephen Amell, star of DC’s Arrow series, is one celebrity who has very openly made an effort to get involved in the business on several occasions. Amell and Cody Rhodes (then known as Stardust) even put together a program and worked in a tag team match at SummerSlam a few years ago. The two seem to have put aside their differences as Amell looks to have joined the Bullet Club. Amell recently uploaded a photo of himself with Rhodes and other members of the group. He was wearing his very own “Vigilante Club” t-shirt, perhaps signaling that he is now a member of the popular faction, but his membership has yet to be officially announced by the group.

Welcome to the Club.
— Stephen Amell (@StephenAmell) November 17, 2017

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