John Cena is arguably one of the biggest stars in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and one whom fans will throng to see. He remains popular despite not being a regular member of the roster for the past couple of years.

The 16-time WWE champion has been making a name for himself in Hollywood in recent years and has starred in more than one big budget movie with the most recent being "Bumblebee" – a "Transformers" series spinoff.

Cena’s last appearance inside the squared circle was in January when he made a handful of appearances at live and televised events before returning to film commitments. The WWE is well on the road to WrestleMania – the promotion’s flagship pay-per-view event, and there are a lot of questions surrounding Cena’s possible appearance at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on April 7.

WWE has already scheduled a number of matches with the main event set to be the triple-threat match between Ronda Rousey, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair. There are many mid-card and non-title matches that have also been decided, but Cena is yet to be given a match.

Initially, it was expected that the WWE legend will take Hall of Famer Kurt Angle in his final match before calling time on his in-ring career, but that has been given to Baron Corbin, much to the dislike of the WWE Universe. Cena has stated his disapproval of the pairing with an Instagram post.

John Cena John Cena's last appearance was in January after which he has been busy with film commitments. In this picture, Cena performs during the 10th anniversary of WWE Tribute to the Troops at Norfolk Scope Arena in Norfolk, Virginia, Dec. 9, 2012. Photo: Kris Connor/Getty Images for WWE

According to Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer, WWE has no plans at the moment with regard to a match for Cena, but admits that if there is even a small possibility to include they will. The 41-year-old still sells more tickets than most wrestlers on the roster and they are likely to find a way to include him in the show.

Cena is said to be busy filming in Canada at the moment, but the pro-wrestler confirmed earlier in March that he will be in New York during WrestleMania weekend for a book signing – which indicates he will be available to make an appearance.

There are a number of possibilities for Cena and in one of those scenarios, WWE could make a late switch and pair Cena against Kurt Angle or see him interrupt the match to make a statement by aiding the Olympic gold medalist in his final match.