John Cena Says He's Yet To Wrestle In WWE For His Fans
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John Cena Says He’s Yet To Wrestle In WWE For His Fans

John Cena
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John Cena has transitioned into a Hollywood superstar and as time progresses, his stint in movies will only grow bigger. As reported earlier, His upcoming role in Suicide Squad 2 could turn out to be a big break in Hollywood. Additionally, the meatier role in Fast and Furious ninth installment also awaits him.

As circulated in media outlets in recent times, John Cena is all set to star in the upcoming prequel spin-off series for HBO Max based on his Peacemaker character. He can expect to go more mainstream than ever, with this filming. Thus chances are extremely low that the sixteen-time world champion would be seen in WWE in the near future.

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John Cena Says He’s Yet To Wrestle In WWE For His Fans

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But the good news is that his wrestling career isn’t fully over and he will continue to entertain people whenever it’s possible. He will be doing this as he loves his fanbase, extremely. John Cena has openly admitted that WWE is the place that gave him the initial fame and built him for the next big chapter in his life. So he can never forget it.

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John Cena appeared on The Tonight Show as Jimmy Fallon’s first real-life guest in a long time. Through this appearance, the long streak of Zoom interviews was broken in the show. While speaking to Fallon, The Champ made it very clear that he’s not wrestling as much, but he’s not fully done. No one can guess either on when he’d call it a quit.

“I have a very young audience in WWE, a lot of kids and families. And as my in-ring career with WWE is not as active, although not over, I wanted to continue to send messaging to those younger viewers.” (Quotes courtesy Wrestling Inc)

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Previously, in various interviews, he stated not to take a permanent break from WWE, ever and he intends to stay true to his promise.

John Cena returned to compete against Bray Wyatt in the Firefly Fun House match at WrestleMania 36, this year. This was far from a wrestling match but rather a cinematic match that brought out WWE’s enriched history. It was certain that the creative team was trying to protect him from taking any real bumps. While he will come back in the future, but it will be difficult for him to make an in-ring return for a long course during his packed film schedule.