John Cena talks about his first steps in WWE



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John Cena talks about his first steps in WWE

In recent weeks, the WWE multiple world champion, John Cena, has also returned to the crest of the wave, who has now remained stationary for a long time after the outbreak of the world pandemic, after having concluded his brief feud with the Fiend, with the first Firefly Fun House match in Wrestlemania history and WWE history as a whole.

After that, Cena was completely absorbed by thoughts and commitments outside the world of the discipline, with several films and TV series to record, starting with his The Peacemaker, recorded in Canada, which prevented him from taking part in this year's Wrestlemania.

This is also an absence that weighed heavily on WWE Universe fans but also on his morale.

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In his latest interview, released for the occasion to PEOPLE magazine, John Cena wanted to tell his fans how he approached the world of pro-wrestling, letting fans know that the choice came almost by chance, a case entirely.

fortuitous. Regarding this situation, John has in fact told: "After college, I went to Los Angeles, not because it was the land of entertainment, but because it was the home of fitness, fitness equipment, fitness distribution and everything related to that market.

I went to work at Gold's Gym and it was the best thing I could do. I used to work in a protein shop. I was working on the whole floor. I knew all of the members and some of them told me about wrestling and WWE specifically.

It was precisely the time when two big companies were vying for supremacy, the company owned by the Turners and the one owned by Vince McMahon. One of my friends, in an ordinary conversation, said to me, 'Hey, we're training at Orange County to be a wrestler.

You want to come with us?' It wasn't a chance for me to say 'Yes, this could be my chance to become a WWE face', it was simply 'Yes, this could become a great hobby of mine, so I'll work and train hard this week so I can go.

personally to try there on the weekend. I'll try 'I paid a promoter a couple of times to get in the ring and figure out how to fall and the rest is history. So if I didn't have that conversation, I might never get in a ring and I might not be here having this conversation right now."

It was initially reported that Cena would work through SummerSlam and have a match with Roman Reigns before leaving to film his next movie. But it now appears that we will see more of the 16-time WWE Champion than we originally thought.

This afternoon, WWE announced that John Cena would return to the mecca of sports entertainment, Madison Square Garden in New York City, for the upcoming supershow event for Friday Night SmackDown on FOX.