John Cena has offered insight into how his WWE career will conclude whenever that time comes.
As a 16-time WWE World Champion who has won it all and done it all over the last 21 years, John Cena has nothing left to prove in a pro wrestling ring. However, Cena remains a man with a lot of pride and he wants to prove that he is still an elite WWE superstar.
While speaking to WWE’s Corey Graves and Kevin Patrick on the After The Bell podcast, John Cena was asked how his WWE journey would end, which led to this thoughtful response.
“I love that question. Because, again, there’s a lot of different perspectives, right? Anyone else sitting here would probably craft a scenario where ‘Oh, in my mind, the perfect thing is to do this, at this event with this individual.’ I just want to do what’s best for WWE.”
“That has been my order of operations since I walked in this building. It hasn’t changed. And it’s my way of thinking. But it’s done me pretty well. So I think when I express when I’m courageous enough to express to those making choices, like ‘hey, this is it.'”
“I do what they tell me to do. Because I believe in full faith that they are doing what’s best for business. So whenever this has to whenever it comes to an end, and it will. Whatever is deemed the best thing for the WWE is exactly what will be the perfect moment. Period.”
John Cena Will Be In A Huge Singles Match At WWE Crown Jewel
The WWE Crown Jewel Premium Live Event takes place on Saturday, November 4th in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia with John Cena facing Solo Sikoa in one of the big matches on the show. Cena has made it clear that he is there to win because he hasn’t won a singles match in several years so he wants to prove he still has it.
In addition to that match at Crown Jewel, Roman Reigns will defend the Undisputed WWE Universal Title against LA Knight and Seth “Freakin” Rollins will put the World Heavyweight Title up for grabs against Drew McIntyre as well.
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