John Cena posted a video on his social media to issue an apology

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John Cena posted a video on his social media to issue an apology

In recent weeks, there has been a lot of talk about John Cena, a multiple WWE champion who is now missing from the federation rings since his last match at Wrestlemania 36, over a year ago, where he lost in the historic contest of the first Firefly Fun House match against the Fiend currently on the Monday Night Raw roster.

After sensationally losing the second cinematic match that WWE wanted to propose in its edition of the Showcase of the Immortals, John is back in the world of cinema, which now sees him the protagonist of numerous films, both on the big screen and on the small screen.

In recent weeks, the leader of the Chain Gang has also taken part in the making of the TV series dedicated to The Peacemaker, DC superhero, to which he has given his face and with such shots that have also prevented him from taking part in the edition of this year of the Show of Shows.

John Cena is one of the biggest superstars in the history of WWE

In one of his latest interviews, to promote his new film commitment, Fast & Furious 9, John Cena declared that Taiwan is a nation in its own right when in reality, this place is part of China and therefore of the famous Asian people's republic.

. After referring to Taiwan as a nation, saying it would be the first nation to see the film worldwide, on TVBS TV screens, Cena received several negative comments from his social media and also through the pages of Asian newspapers, with the same ex.

WWE Champion wanted to apologize to the Chinese people and their republic, speaking in Chinese. John said: "Hello China, I'm John Cena. I'm in the middle of promoting Fast & Furious 9. I'm doing a lot of interviews.

I made a mistake in one of my interviews. Everyone asks me if I can use Chinese... the film staff gave me a lot of information, so there are a lot of interviews with a lot of information. I've made a mistake. I have to say something really, really important now.

I love and respect China and the Chinese people. I am very, very sorry for my mistake. I'm sorry, I'm really sorry. You must understand that I truly love and truly respect China and its Chinese people. My sincere apologies.

I'll see you." John Cena is one of the biggest superstars in the history of WWE and has been the poster boy of the promotion for over a decade. However, The Leader of Cenation has turned into a part-timer in the last few years.

He last wrestled for WWE at WrestleMania 36 in a cinematic-styled Firefly Fun House match against "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt.