WWE News: Backstage Update On John Cena Winning His 16th WWE World Heavyweight Championship

WWE Superstar John Cena is a sure-fire WWE Hall of Famer whenever he calls it quits to his WWE career. He has done everything one can realistically do with WWE. He has main evented various WrestleMania events. He has been in the top matches and rivalries of his time. He has also become so popular that having him part of shows actually can improve ratings. There are many who do not like him, but many more who absolutely love him. It makes all the sense in the world for the top guy to make a lot of history in his career.

John Cena has won the most WWE World Championships in history. He has won it a technical 13 times, while two of his world titles were in the form of the World Heavyweight Championship, known by many as “the big gold belt.” He now has 15 World Titles in his career.

Cena has already made WWE history with his World Title wins, but he could make pro-wrestling history soon, as the 15 time World Champion wins the 16th World Title of his career that would tie him with 2 time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair. We all know it is going to happen, but when?

According to the Wrestling Observer, WWE does have it in their plans to give him his 16th and eventually have him win his 17th. However, Cena most likely will not win another until sometime in 2016. Potentially later on.

The goal right now is said to be that WWE will keep Cena away from the WWE World Title and in random matches. The title will eventually go to someone like Roman Reigns, who will defend it with various WWE Superstars. After this, it is said that John Cena will very well win the title to make history.

It was also noted that before WWE had the last minute plan of adding Sting to the WWE Night of Champions event, the idea was to have John Cena compete for both the WWE World Heavyweight and United States Championship. Of course, plans changed, and now Seth Rollins will have to face Sting and John Cena in the same night.

John Cena is expected to win back the WWE United States Championship at the event, regardless of where this match ends up on the card. Expect John Cena to continue his mid-card run, with some small main event material off and on. He will not see the WWE World Title for a while, however, which should make a lot of people happy at the end of the day.

[IMG Credit: jivesoulbros.com]