On Monday, the 15-time world champion John Cena announced via Twitter that he would be returning to RAW on Memorial Day, which is May 30.
Cena has been recovering from shoulder surgery, which was announced the first week of January and was expected to keep him out of action for six to nine months. The announced return would be just shy of five months from that point.
The polarizing superstar actually made his in-ring return at WrestleMania 32, where he appeared alongside The Rock for a beatdown of the Wyatt Family.
At the time of his injury, Cena was in the midst of a delayed feud for the United States Championship, which he lost to Alberto Del Rio at Hell in a Cell in October 2015.
Money in the Bank pay-per-view, scheduled for June 19, just three weeks after Cena’s announced return. That would seemingly be an easy way to get him right back toward the top of the card without really costing anyone currently working their spot.