World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar John Cena has been busy of late juggling between his wrestling and acting careers. Cena has been the face of the wrestling promotion for many years. However, the 40-year-old is coming to the later stages of his wrestling career and recently revealed of his plans about retirement.
“As far as the performance level it’s definitely a business for the young. I am on the older side of young but I don’t think I’ll ever not be involved with the WWE. They will have to tell me that they no longer need my services because it is my home,” Cena said to Fox News.
John Cena has competed as a professional wrestler since 1999 and made his WWE main roster debut in 2002. He would go on to become a 16-time world champion in the sport. It is a record that’s tied with all-time-great Ric Flair.
Cena most nervous at WrestleMania 33
Cena has shown no signs of slowing down. The 40-year-old wrestler and actor has a new movie out called The Wall. He recently became engaged to fellow wrestler Nikki Bella when he proposed during WrestleMania 33. The Trainwreck actor also spoke about his new film, in which he plays a U.S. soldier, and his upcoming wedding plans.
“That was the most nervous I have ever been in my entire life. Not only was I worried about her response but I was worried about the reaction of the 75,000 people of the Camping World Stadium,” Cena mentioned.
“I didn’t know that they would react in such a positive way. I’m forever indebted to our fans for being able to allow me to celebrate the greatest moment of my life.”
John Cena WWE return
Cena is on a hiatus from WWE owing to his movie obligations in regards to the aforementioned highly-publicized film The Wall, besides working on Daddy’s Home 2. He is not expected to return to WWE television before June.
John Cena is a bonafide megastar. The man is extremely charismatic and knows how to draw a reaction from the WWE Universe each and every time he steps foot inside the squared-circle.
It would be interesting to see whether he’ll still perform for his current brand SmackDown, or be shifted to RAW when he returns in the month of June.
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