John Felix Anthony Cena
(born April 23, 1977)
is an American actor, hip hop musician, and wrestler. He is employed
by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and performs on their Raw
brand, where he is the current World Heavyweight Champion.
WWE career, Cena has been a 4-time World Champion by winning the WWE
Championship 3 times and the World Heavyweight Championship once.
He has also been a three time United States Champion,
and a two time World Tag Team Champion.
He also won the 2008 Royal Rumble.
Before being promoted to the main WWE roster, Cena trained in and
wrestled for Ultimate Pro Wrestling and Ohio Valley Wrestling,
holding the top titles of both promotions.
Outside of wrestling, Cena has released the rap album You
Can't See Me, which debuted at #15 on the US Billboard 200
and starred in the movie The Marine.
He has also made appearances on television shows including
Manhunt, Deal or No Deal,
MADtv, and Punk'd. Most recently, Cena was a
contestant on Fast Cars and Superstars: The Gillette Young Guns
Celebrity Race, where he made it to the final round before being
eliminated, placing third in the overall competition.
Cena was born April 23, 1977 in West Newbury, Massachusetts,
the second eldest of five brothers – Dan, Matt, Steve and Sean.
After graduating from Cushing Academy, Cena attended Springfield
College in Springfield, Massachusetts.
In college he was a Division III All-American center on the football
team, wearing the
which is still used on some of his WWE merchandise.
He graduated from Springfield in 1998 with a degree in exercise
which he pursued a career as a bodybuilder,
and also worked as a chauffeur for a limousine company.
Cena first started training to become a wrestler in 2000 at the
California-based "Ultimate University" operated by Ultimate Pro
Wrestling (UPW). Once he was placed into an in-ring role, Cena began
using a semi-robotic character known as The Prototype.
Some of this period of his career was documented in the Discovery
Channel program Inside Pro Wrestling School.
While in UPW, Cena held the Heavyweight Championship for just shy of
a month in April 2000.
In 2001, the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) signed him away from
UPW, placing him under a developmental contract and assigning him to
their "farm territory" Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), where he
continued his training.
During his time there, Cena wrestled as both The Prototype and Mr.
P, and he held the Heavyweight Championship for three months and the
Tag Team Championship (with Rico Constantino) for two.
World Wrestling Entertainment
Cena's first televised WWE match was in answer to a kayfabe open
challenge by Kurt Angle on June 27, 2002.
Inspired by a speech given by WWE Chairman Vince McMahon to the
rising stars of the company, exhorting them to show "ruthless
aggression" to earn a place among the legends, Cena took advantage
of the opportunity and almost beat Angle by kicking out of his Angle
Slam and enduring the ankle lock submission hold.
He ultimately lost, however, to a hard, amateur-style pin.
Following the near-win, Cena became a face and was put into a
program with Chris Jericho.
In October, Cena and Billy Kidman joined forces to take part in a
tag team tournament to crown the first WWE Tag Team Champions of the
SmackDown! brand, but lost in the first round.
The next week, Cena turned on and attacked Kidman, blaming him for
Shortly after the Kidman attack, on a Halloween themed episode of
SmackDown!, Cena dressed as Vanilla Ice and performed a
The next week, Cena received a new gimmick: a rapper who cut promos
As the gimmick grew, he adopted a variant of the 80s WWF logo —
dropping the "F" — as his "signature symbol", along with the slogan
Moreover, he was joined by an enforcer, Bull Buchanan, who was
rechristened B-2 (also written B² and pronounced "B-Squared").
Buchanan was later replaced by Rodney Mack under the moniker "Red
until he was sent to the Raw brand in February.
For the first half of 2003, Cena sought the WWE Championship and
chased the reigning champion, Brock Lesnar, performing weekly
"freestyles" challenging him to matches.
During the program, Cena unveiled a new finishing maneuver: the FU,
a Fireman's carry powerslam, so named to mock Lesnar's F-5.
He got a match against Lesnar at April's Backlash by winning a
number one contenders tournament,
but did not get the title.
At the end of the year he became a face again when he joined Kurt
Angle as a member of his Survivor Series team at the 2003
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In early 2004, Cena participated in the Royal Rumble match at the
annual January pay-per-view event,
making it to the final six participants before being eliminated by
Big Show. The
Royal Rumble elimination led to a feud between Big Show and Cena,
during which Cena won the United States Championship from the Big
Show at WrestleMania XX in March.
During his reign, he came into contention with SmackDown! General
Manager Kurt Angle over issues arising with René Duprée and Torrie
Wilson. The reign
ended just shy of four months when, on July 8, he was "stripped" of
the belt by Angle after he (kayfabe, accidentally) knocked him over,
thus "attacking an official".
He won the title back by defeating Booker T in a "best of five"
series that culminated at October's No Mercy,
only to lose it to the debuting Carlito Caribbean Cool the next
week. After the
loss to Carlito, the duo began a feud, during which Cena was (kayfabe)
stabbed in the kidney while at a Boston-area nightclub by Carlito's
This worked injury was used to keep Cena out of action for a month,
during which Cena was actually filming his feature film debut The
Immediately on his return in November, he won the US title back from
Carlito and debuted a "custom made" spinner-style title belt.
Cena took part in the Royal Rumble in January 2005, this time
making it to the final two. He and Raw brand wrestler Batista went
over the top rope at the same time, ostensibly ending the match.
Vince McMahon, however, appeared on stage and re-started the match
in "sudden death", with Batista eventually winning.
The next month, Cena defeated Kurt Angle to earn a spot in the
SmackDown! brand's WrestleMania 21 main event,
beginning a feud with WWE Champion John "Bradshaw" Layfield (JBL)
and his Cabinet in the process. In the opening stages of the feud,
Cena lost his US belt to Cabinet member Orlando Jordan,
who proceeded to "blow up" the spinner version with JBL and return a
more traditional style belt.
When Cena and JBL met at WrestleMania, the title switched hands,
giving Cena his first world title in the company.
As part of the storyline, he then had a spinner WWE Championship
while JBL took the original belt and claimed to still be WWE
until Cena reclaimed the original belt in an "I Quit" match at
Cena's SmackDown! tenure came to a close on the June 6, 2005
episode of WWE Raw, when he became the first wrestler
selected by Raw brand General Manager Eric Bischoff in the annual
draft lottery. Cena immediately entered a program against Bischoff
when he refused to participate in his "war" against the upcoming
Extreme Championship Wrestling reunion show.
With Bischoff vowing to make Cena's stint on Raw difficult, he "hand
picked" Jericho to take Cena's title from him.
During their feud, even though Cena was portrayed as the face and
Jericho as the heel, a vocal section of live crowds nonetheless
chose to boo Cena during their matches.
More crowds followed suit during Cena's next feud with Kurt Angle,
who took over as Bischoff's hand picked number one contender after
Cena beat Jericho in a "You're Fired" match on the August 22 Raw,
sending him off the show.
As the feud continued and the dissenters grew more vocal, sometimes
seeming to outnumber fans by wide margins,
the announce team was forced to acknowledge the boos on television
and began calling Cena a "controversial champion", claiming some
people disliked him on account of his "in-ring style" and his chosen
the mixed and negative reactions, Cena held on to his Championship
through his feud with Angle, losing to him by disqualification
— for which titles do not change hands in WWE — at Unforgiven in
September and pinning him at Survivor Series in November.
The feud with Angle also saw Cena add a secondary, submission based,
finishing maneuver to his repertoire – the STFU (a Stepover Toehold
Sleeper, though named for a Stepover Toehold Facelock) – when he was
put into a Triple Threat Submissions Only match on the November 28
Cena lost the WWE Championship at the first WWE pay-per-view of
2006, New Year's Revolution, but not in the Elimination Chamber
match that he had been advertised to participate in beforehand.
Instead, immediately after winning the Elimination Chamber, he was
thrust into a match against Edge, who cashed in his Money in the
Bank contract — a "guaranteed title match at the WWE Champion of the
owners choosing" — and after two quick spears pinned Cena for the
Cena's championship reign ended at 280 days, matching the length of
previous champion JBL.
Just three weeks later, Cena won the title back at the Royal Rumble
After winning the Championship back, Cena was put in to a program
with Triple H, during which the crowd again seemed to boo the
intended face (Cena) and cheer the intended heel (Triple H).
The negative reaction only intensified when he faced Rob Van Dam
(also cashing in a Money in the Bank contract, which he won at
WrestleMania 22) at One Night Stand in June. Taking place in front
of a crowd of mostly "old school" Extreme Championship Wrestling
fans at the Hammerstein Ballroom, Cena was met with raucous jeering
and chants of "Fuck you, Cena", "You can't wrestle", and "Same old
shit". When he began peppering different moves into the match the
fans responded with a chant of "You still suck". Cena lost the WWE
Championship for the second time in 2006 at One Night Stand, being
pinned by Van Dam after interference from Edge.
In July, after Edge won the title from Van Dam in a Triple Threat
match that also involved Cena,
it re-ignited the feud between him and Cena from earlier in the
year. After Edge went about retaining the title by dubious means —
getting himself disqualified
(for which Championships do not change hands) and using brass
— he introduced his own version of Cena's "custom" belt, this one
with his logo placed on the spinner.
Cena eventually won the Championship back in a Tables, Ladders, and
Chairs match at September's Unforgiven pay-per-view, in a match that
had an added stipulation that had Cena lost he would leave the Raw
brand and go to SmackDown!.
He returned his version of the spinner belt on the next night's
On the heels of the Edge program, Cena was placed in an
inter-brand angle to determine the so-called "Champion of Champions"
— or which was the most dominant champion in WWE's three brands.
Cena, King Booker (SmackDown!'s then World Heavyweight Champion),
and Big Show (ECW's then World Champion) engaged in a mini-feud
leading to a Triple Threat match at Cyber Sunday in November, with
the viewers voting on which of the three championships would be
placed on the line.
At the same time, Cena became involved in a storyline with
non-wrestler Kevin Federline when he began appearing on Raw
with Johnny Nitro and Melina. After getting into a worked physical
altercation with Federline on Raw,
Federline appeared at Cyber Sunday to hit Cena with the World
Heavyweight Title belt during the main event Triple Threat match,
helping King Booker retain his title.
2006 ended with Cena beginning a feud with the undefeated Umaga over
the WWE Championship,
while 2007 began with the end of his storyline with Kevin Federline.
On the first Raw of the new year, Cena was pinned by
Federline (with an assist from Umaga), although later in the night
he was able to get his hands on Federline to FU him.
During their feud, Cena ended Umaga's "undefeated" streak at New
before Umaga caused a worked injury to Cena's spleen,
putting a scheduled Last Man Standing rematch at Royal Rumble in
kayfabe jeopardy. The match did, however, take place and Cena
retained his title.
One night after the Royal Rumble, an impromptu team of Cena and
Shawn Michaels defeated Rated-RKO (Edge and Randy Orton) for the
World Tag Team Championship, making Cena a double champion.
On the April 2 episode of Raw, after losing a WWE
Championship match to Cena at WrestleMania 23,
Michaels "turned" on Cena, costing them the team the Championship in
the second of two 10 team battles royals by throwing Cena over the
top rope and eliminating the team. The Hardys (Matt and Jeff)
eventually won the match and the title.
For the rest of the month, Cena feuded with Michaels, Orton, and
Edge until The Great Khali declared his intentions to challenge for
Cena's title by attacking and "laying out" all three of the top
assaulting Cena himself and stealing the physical belt.
For the next two months, Cena feuded with Khali over the
Championship, eventually becoming the first person in WWE to defeat
him by submission at May's Judgment Day
and then by pinfall at June's One Night Stand.
Later that summer, prior to SummerSlam, Randy Orton was named the
number one contender to the WWE championship,
starting a feud between the two. Leading up to the pay-per-view,
Orton delivered a number of sneak-attacks, hitting Cena with three
RKOs, but in the actual match, Cena retained the title, winning by
rematch between the two occurred at Unforgiven, with Orton winning
by disqualification after Cena ignored the referee's instructions
and continued to beat on him in the corner.
During a match with Mr. Kennedy on the October 1, 2007 episode of
Raw, Cena suffered a legitimate torn pectoral muscle while
executing a hip toss.
Though he finished the match and took part in the scripted attack by
Randy Orton after the match, surgery the following day found that
his pectoralis major muscle was torn completely from the bone,
estimated at the time to require seven months to a year of
As a result, he was stripped of the title in an announcement by
Vince McMahon on the next night's episode of ECW,
ending what was the longest WWE Championship reign in over 19 years.
His surgery was performed by orthopedic surgeon James Andrews at St.
Vincent's Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama.
Two weeks later, in a video update on WWE.com, Dr. Andrews and
Cena's physical trainer both said that he was several weeks ahead of
where he was expected to be in his rehabilitation at that time.
Despite his injury, Cena attended the annual WWE Tribute to the
Troops show filmed at Camp Speicher in Tikrit, Iraq on December 7,
and aired on December 24.
Cena made an unannounced return to action on January 27 as the
final participant of the Royal Rumble match. He won the match, and
the traditional WrestleMania title shot, by last eliminating Triple
Instead of waiting until WrestleMania, the title shot was cashed in
against WWE Champion Randy Orton at February's No Way Out,
in a match Cena won by disqualification, resulting in him not
getting the championship.
The night after his No Way Out win, Cena was placed back in to
WrestleMania XXIV's WWE Championship match, making it a triple
threat match also involving Triple H,
during which he was pinned by Orton.
At Backlash, Cena failed to regain the title in a Fatal Four Way
elimination match, in which he was pinned by Orton.
Triple H won the title during that match. During that match, Cena
eliminated John "Bradshaw" Layfield (JBL),
thus renewing their feud from 2005. Cena defeated JBL at Judgment
Day and then at One Night Stand in a First Blood match.
JBL, however, defeated him in a New York City Parking Lot Brawl at
The Great American Bash.
On the August 4 edition of Raw, Cena became a World Tag Team
Champion for a second time when he teamed up with Batista to defeat
Cody Rhodes and Ted Dibiase for the World Tag Team titles,
but they failed to retain the titles the following week against the
Cena was defeated by Batista at SummerSlam.
Cena was named one of four contenders for CM Punk's World
Heavyweight Championship in the Championship scramble match at
Unforgiven but was replaced by Rey Mysterio after it was announced
Cena had suffered a herniated disk in his neck which will require
surgery and he will be out of action indefinitely.
Cena underwent successive surgery to repair the herniated disk in
his neck with Doctor Joseph Maroon on August 25.
Cena made his in-ring return at November's Survivor Series event
where he defeated Chris Jericho to win his first World Heavyweight
two continued their rivalry up to Armageddon 2008 where Cena
retained his title by making Jericho submit to the STFU.
- Finishing and signature moves
- FU / Throwback
(Fireman's carry dropped into either a standing takeover or
a powerslam) – WWE; 2003 - Present
(UPW) / Killswitch (OVW) (Belly to back suplex
lift twisted into an inverted side slam) – UPW / OVW; Used
as a regular move in WWE
(Stepover toehold sleeper) – WWE; 2005–present
- Diving leg drop bulldog
- Dropkick, sometimes from the top rope
- Fisherman suplex
- Five Knuckle Shuffle
(Fist drop, with theatrics)
- Lou Thesz press followed by multiple punches
- Running flying shoulder block
- Running one–handed bulldog
- Sitout hip toss
- Throwback (Running neck snap to a standing
- Twisting belly to belly suplex
- Signature foreign objects
- Brass knuckles
- Steel chain
- The Doctor of Thuganomics
- The Champ
- The Chain Gang Commander
- The Chain Gang Soldier
- The Champ
- Signature taunts
- Waving his hand in front of his face, horizontally, to
symbolize that "You can't see me!". (2003–present)
- Pumping up his Reebok Pump sneakers. (2004–2006)
- Putting his hands up while spreading them and putting
his thumb sideways and his pinky up, meaning "Word Life".
- "Freestyling" on his opponents before his matches.
- Military salute to the audience. (2006–present)
- Entrance themes
- Cena performs his current theme song, "The Time is Now",
as well as the song it replaced, "Basic Thuganomics". Both
songs were released on WWE soundtrack CDs (You Can't See
Me and WWE Originals respectively).
- Kenny Bolin
- Red Dogg
Championships and accomplishments
- Ohio Valley Wrestling
- OVW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- OVW Southern Tag Team Championship (1 time)
– with Rico Constantino
- Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- PWI Feud of the Year –
vs. Edge (2006)
- PWI Match of the Year –
vs. Shawn Michaels -
Raw, April 23 (2007)
- PWI Most Improved Wrestler of the Year (2003)
- PWI Most Popular Wrestler of the Year (2004, 2005, 2007)
- PWI Wrestler of the Year (2006, 2007)
- PWI ranked #1 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in
the PWI 500 in 2006 and 2007
- Pro Wrestling Report
- Match of the Year (2006) - vs. Rob Van Dam at ECW
One Night Stand 2
- Ultimate Pro Wrestling
- UPW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- World Wrestling Entertainment
- World Heavyweight Championship (1 time, current)
- World Tag Team Championship (2 times)
– with Shawn Michaels (1) and Batista (1)
- WWE Championship (3 times)
- WWE United States Championship (3 times)
- Royal Rumble Winner (2008)
- Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards
- Wrestler of the Year (2007)
- Best Box Office Draw (2007)
- Best on Interviews (2007)
- Most Charismatic (2006, 2007)
- Best Gimmick (2003)
Outside of wrestling
WWE Studios, a division of World Wrestling Entertainment which
produces and finances motion pictures, produced Cena's first movie —
The Marine, which was distributed theatrically by 20th
Century Fox America beginning on October 13, 2006. In its first
week, the film made approximately $7 million at the United States
After ten weeks in theaters, the film grossed $18.7 million.
Once the film was released on DVD, it fared better, making $30
million in rentals in the first twelve weeks.
His second film, also produced by WWE Films, is scheduled to be
filming for began on February 25, 2008 in New Orleans.
The movie will be in theatres and March 2009.
Before his WWE debut, Cena made a 2001 appearance on the Internet
stream show Go Sick as Bruebaker, an angry, cursing wrestler.
During his WWE career, Cena has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
twice; on July 23, 2005 promoting his CD, the pending SummerSlam
pay-per-view, and WWE in general, and again on March 14, 2006 to
promote Saturday Night's Main Event and WrestleMania 22. He
has also appeared on popular morning radio shows; including the CBS
and XM versions of Opie and Anthony as part of their "walkover" on
October 10, 2006. Other appearances have included Late Night with
Conan O'Brien, Fuse's Celebrity Playlist, Fox Sports
Net's The Best Damn Sports Show Period, MADtv, G4's
Training Camp (with Shelton Benjamin), and two appearances on
MTV's Punk'd (August 2006 and May 2007), as the victim of a
practical joke. He also served as a co-presenter, with Hulk Hogan,
at the 2005 Teen Choice Awards, as a guest judge during the third
week of the 2006 season of Nashville Star, and appeared at
the 2007 Nickelodeon UK Kids Choice Awards.
He also hosted Nickelodeons Australian Kids Choice Awards for 2008,
during the show he spoke of his love for such Nicktoons as Danny
Phantom, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, The Fairly Oddparents and
Avatar: The Last Airbender
In January 2007, Cena, Batista, and Ashley Massaro appeared
representing WWE on an episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition,
giving the children of the family whose house was being renovated
WWE merchandise and eight tickets to WrestleMania 23.
Two months later, he and Bobby Lashley appeared on the NBC game show
Deal or No Deal as "moral support" to long time WWE fan and
front row staple, Rick "Sign Guy" Achberger. Edge and Randy Orton
also appeared, but as antagonists.
On April 9, 2008, he, along with fellow wrestlers Triple H and Chris
Jericho, appeared on the Idol Gives Back fund-raising
In 2001, between his training in Ultimate Pro Wrestling and Ohio
Cena was involved in the UPN produced reality show Manhunt.
Cena portrayed Big Tim Kingman, leader of the group of bounty
hunters who chased down the contestants who acted as fugitives. The
show, however, was mired in controversy when it was alleged that the
portions of the show were rigged to eliminate certain players,
scenes were re-shot or staged to enhance drama and contestants read
He was also featured on the ABC reality series Fast Cars and
Superstars: The Gillette Young Guns Celebrity Race, which aired
in June 2007. He
made it to the final round before being eliminated on June 24,
placing third in the competition overall.
In 2007 Cena was also interviewed for the CNN Special
Investigations Unit documentary, "Death Grip: Inside Pro
Wrestling", which focused on steroid and drug use in professional
wrestling. When asked if he had taken steroids he was heard to
reply, "I can't tell you that I haven't, but you'll never prove that
I have." The day after the documentary aired WWE accused CNN of
taking Cena's comments out of context to present a biased point of
view, backing up their claim by posting an unedited video of his
answering the same question—filmed by WWE cameras from another
angle—in which he is heard beginning the same statement with
A text interview on the website with Cena later had him saying the
news outlet should apologize for misrepresenting him,
which CNN refused in a statement, saying they felt the true answer
to the question began with the phrase "My answer to that question".
They did, however, edit the documentary on subsequent airings to
include the "Absolutely not".
John Cena hosted the Australian Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards
with Natalie Bassingthwaighte on the 11th of October in Melbourne,
Before his professional wrestling career, Cena appeared in an
advertisement for Gold's Gym.
As a wrestler he has endorsed the energy drink YJ Stinger,
appearing in commercials beginning in October 2003, and Subway,
for whom he filmed advertisements with their spokesperson Jared
Fogle in November 2006 that began airing the next January. For a
time in 2007 he also endorses two "signature collections" of energy
drinks and bars sold by American Body Builders.
In 2008 he filmed a commercial as part of Gilette's "Young Guns"
For the extent of his WWE career Cena's attire has reflected the
hip hop culture that his character represents. He started out
wearing "throwback jerseys" until WWE produced specific Cena
merchandise which he began wearing.
While he was a member of the SmackDown! brand, one of his WWE
produced t-shirts bore the suggestive spoonerism "Ruck Fules".
Whenever it appeared on television the image was censored, not by
the network, but by WWE to sell more shirts under the premise that
it was "too hot for TV."
He also wore a chain with a large padlock, occasionally using it as
a weapon, until
WrestleMania 21, when it was replaced with a chromed and diamond
studded "Chain Gang" spinner medallion—reminiscent of the ones worn
by members of G-Unit—matching his spinner title belt.
Around the time Cena's film, The Marine, was released he
began wearing attire more military related, including camouflage
shorts, dog tags, a Marine soldier cap and a WWE produced shirt with
the legend "Chain Gang Assault Battalion."
Shortly after WrestleMania 23, when promotion for The Marine ended,
the military attire diminished and was replaced with apparel bearing
his new slogan "American Made Muscle" along with denim shorts, not
seen since he was a member of the SmackDown! roster.
Cena is a hip hop musician in addition to his wrestling career.
He performed his fifth WWE theme song, "Basic Thugonomics," himself,
and it was featured on the WWE soundtrack album WWE Originals.
He also recorded a song,"Untouchables", for the company's next
soundtrack album WWE ThemeAddict: The Music, Vol. 6. He
collaborated on the song H-U-S-T-L-E remix along with MURS, E-40,
and Chingo Bling.
His debut album, You Can't See Me, was recorded with his
cousin Tha Trademarc. It features, amongst other songs, his entrance
theme "The Time is Now" and the single "Bad, Bad Man," for which a
music video was made that parodied 1980s culture, including the
television show The A-Team. A video was also made for the
second single, "Right Now," and premiered on the August 8 Raw.
Cena and Tha Trademarc were later featured on a track by The
Perceptionists named "Champion Scratch."
Promotion for the album lead to Cena being the only professional
wrestler to ever perform on BBC Two's long running Top of the
- You Can't See Me
- Released: May 10, 2005
- Chart positions:
15 U.S. Billboard 200, 10 U.S. Top R&B/Hip-Hop
Albums, 3 U.S. Rap, 103 UK Albums Chart
- Singles: "The Time Is Now", "Bad Bad Man"
(featuring Bumpy Knuckles), "Right Now"
Cena writes left-handed,
but throws right-handed and favors his right arm in the ring.
Cena is a known fan of Japanese animation and has mentioned on "Five
Questions" that his favorite animated movie is Fist of the
North Star. He has also said that he is a fan of the video game
series Command & Conquer and names it his favorite game of
all time. He's
also a fan of the Tampa Bay Rays, a Major League Baseball team.
Cena collects muscle cars and has over 20, some of which are
john cena is a good wrestler i think he will go far. He always
makes me laugh and has me on the edge of my seat. I love his phrases he is my
favourite wrestler. John cena makes wrestling really fun to watch i never miss
john cena i want to prove to umaga you are the best and the
god of wrestling
what is it like to do all these things. i would be in a rush
to do it all
Cena never backs down from a match even if it means putting
titles on the line.
Cena will go a long way and will never give up
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