John Cena Reveals What He Learned From Vince McMahon
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John Cena Reveals What He Learned From Vince McMahon

Former sixteen times WWE World Champion John Cena recently revealed what he learnt from the Chairman of WWE, Vince McMahon. Indeed John Cena is one of the biggest names not only in WWE but in professional wrestling history.

John Cena made his WWE main roster debut back in 2002 against the Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle. He was praised vastly because of his amazing performance in his debut match. Every wrestling fan and critics where predicting that this guy is going to be one of the biggest deals in professional wrestling.

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John Cena Reveals What He Learned From Vince McMahon

As time passed, Cena slowly became the biggest name in professional wrestling. A total of sixteen world championships only in WWE is something that no one ever could achieve. There are so many other records that has been achieved by Cena are almost impossible to beat.

John Cena ruled the world of professional wrestling for a long period of time. This is something that has been achieved by the immortal Hulk Hogan only. Wrestlers like stone cold Steve Austin and the Rock could not even achieve such accomplishments like John Cena.

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Recently the former 16 times world champion John Cena appeared on Insight With Chris Van Vliet where he revealed what he thought he learned from Vince McMahon. He said;

“That’s another hour and a half special, maybe more. I continue to learn from him every single day. There is not an instance that goes by where I don’t reflect on my experience in the WWE and what he has taught me.

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“Often times learning from osmosis, he doesn’t hit you over the head with the lessons, but you can learn from his decision making. It says a lot about the person and what you can take. That well is endless and not dried up yet. I continue to learn from him. I think the most valuable of all the lessons is to show up and deliver.

“That isn’t something he says, it’s something he does all the F’n time. He’s always there and he’s always invested. People can question his creative motives and whatever, it’s creativity, there’s always going to be an opinion. He’s always got his boots on the ground, he’s always invested and he always believes in his passion about the product. I think just showing up and delivering, that’s a huge takeaway.”

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