Cena is set to return to the ring for WWE Live and will make various non-televised appearances for both brands during the holidays starting on Boxing Day at Madison Square Garden in New York.
On the next day The Champ will share the ring with former rival The Miz for a non-wrestling angle that could however come to blows, according to Wrestling Inc.
The A-Lister tends to wind up his guests during Miz TV and the interviews are usually interrupted by other wrestlers who hijack the show.
The 16-time world champion will be part of a star-studded card that night in Long Island and the crowd are in for an incredible night.
Daniel Bryan and AJ Styles will compete for the WWE Championship in a Steel Cage Match days after their scheduled TLC clash.
Becky Lynch, Asuka and Charlotte Flair will also compete in a Triple Threat rematch for the Smackdown Women’s Championship.
Randy Orton has carried out some savage assaults on Rey Mysterio these past few weeks and the two Smackdown megastars will lock horns in Uniondale.
US Champion Shinsuke Nakamura, The New Day, Jeff Hardy, Samoa Joe and many other superstars are also scheduled to appear.
Cena has been working on a part-time schedule with WWE due to his advanced age of 41 and his busy Hollywood schedule.
The ex-WWE Champion has featured in various blockbuster comedies like Trainwreck, Blockers as well as Daddy’s Home 1 and 2.
The former World Heavyweight Champion has worked with some of the industry’s biggest names like Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler along the way.
Cena is now cutting his teeth in action thrillers as he will be part of the Transformers spinoff film Bumblebee where he co-stars with Academy Award nominee Hailee Steinfeld.
The ex-US Champion also recently completed the production of Project X-traction that will see him working with legendary martial artist Jackie Chan.
His next televised in-ring appearance will take place on Monday Night RAW on January 7 in Orlando, Florida ahead of the Royal Rumble.