JOHN CENA

JOHN CENA

JOHN CENA is a record-breaking Make-A-Wish granter, a 16-time World Champion, and a best-selling book in the New York Times. Since stepping foot in a WWE ring over two decades ago, he has carried the flame for WWE, created a hit album, and acted in successful motion pictures. It’s likely that you aren’t looking if you…

JOHN CENA is a record-breaking Make-A-Wish granter, a 16-time World Champion, and a best-selling book in the New York Times. Since stepping foot in a WWE ring over two decades ago, he has carried the flame for WWE, created a hit album, and acted in successful motion pictures. It’s likely that you aren’t looking if you aren’t able to see John Cena right now.

JOHN CENA
JOHN CENA

JOHN CENA

Did anyone question that Cena would go on to become the legendary figure he is today? A robust young man from Massachusetts challenged Kurt Angle to a match, giving you a sneak peek at the potential “Face That Runs the Place.” Angle went on to become a legitimate WWE Superstar. As it turned out, a little vicious aggressiveness paid big dividends. Following his ascent to the Olympic podium and winning the respect of his colleagues, As the fiery Doctor of Thuganomics, hero John Cena became viral. At WrestleMania 21, he defeated JBL to win the WWE Championship, marking the pinnacle of his career.

Rather than being a one-hit wonder, though, Cena established himself at the top of the mountain and wouldn’t leave, issuing an open challenge to anybody who dared to face him: “You want some, come get some.” Preaching “Hustle, Loyalty, Respect,” Cena gathered enough hardware to fill a Home Depot in addition to an army of followers he nicknamed the “Cenation” gradually but steadily.

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Nor did he take any short cuts to finish it. Future WWE Hall of Famers The Rock, Randy Orton, Batista, Brock Lesnar, Triple H, and some of the organization’s young guard in Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Rusev, Kevin Owens, and Bray Wyatt are on Cena’s list of beaten opponents.

This is not to suggest that Cena is only a brawler with a ball cap on who speaks with his fists. With the same fervor he applies to his in-ring art, the Cenation Leader has committed himself into charitable endeavors. He has visited more Make-A-Wish locations than any other athlete in the organization’s history—more than 600—and has granted more wishes than any other, giving his motto of “Never Give Up” a deeper, more meaningful meaning now.

He’s also established himself in Hollywood, appearing in blockbuster successes like “Trainwreck,” “Bumblebee,” and “Blockers,” showcasing his talents as a comic and action star.

Nevertheless, Cena consistently finds time to change people’s perspectives and knuckle-shuffle naiveté into submission. Although some may yell, “Cena sucks,” John Cena continues to set up camp on the mountaintop, waiting for someone to take a swing.

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