WWE Superstar John Cena is the biggest name in pro-wrestling today. This cannot be argued or disputed by anyone because it is a simple fact. Cena has his haters and his fans. No one questions his work ethic and toughness, which was on major display this past Monday on WWE RAW when he broke his nose and finished his match with WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins.
Cena has said numerous times that he loves the WWE, and does not plan to ever leave it forever. He always used to go after The Rock for doing so, but now that John Cena finds himself in the same position The Rock did at this stage in his career, it seems that Cena might look at pulling a Rock.
What is interesting about John Cena is that, despite filming two movies last year into this year, he didn’t miss much, if any, TV time. He has always been around because he knows the WWE needs him and because he loves it. His haters will say that he should go to Hollywood never to return, but this 15-time World Champion will not be doing so. WWE is already planning on how to use Cena if the big Hollywood roles keep coming.
According to Daily Wrestling News, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon saw Trainwreck recently, the very successful comedy that Cena makes an appearance in. Vince was said to have liked the movie and thought Cena was hilarious. To avoid any problems with Cena, the WWE is already planning to accommodate his schedule a good bit due to the movie, and potentially television, roles he will be getting.
WWE has been doing similar things with Chris Jericho in the past to accommodate his music schedule. They were also willing to do the same with Batista, but after the success of the Guardians of the Galaxy, Batista has been busy with other big roles such as the new 007 movie.
WWE does not want to lose John Cena for a long time like they did with The Rock. They feel that Cena’s movie career would only increase his popularity and help WWE long-term. At the end of the day, working with his schedule allows them to keep him around off and on, while also allowing him to do the roles that come his way. John Cena is about to become a 16-time World Champion, and due to this, his WWE career will go down as one of the greatest in history. Cena is of legendary status already, and due to this, WWE would be fools to not want him around a lot longer, even on a limited schedule.
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