John Cena's beautiful words for Vince McMahon
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 1076
Two of the most famous faces in the entire history of WWE, as well as in the entire history of the pro-wrestling discipline, are certainly those of the Chairman of the Stamford-based federation, Vince McMahon and one of its longest-lived champions: John Cena.
After spending decades alongside the Chiarman as one of the most important faces of the entire world pro-wrestling scene, lately John Cena has dedicated himself a little to the world of cinema and television, also finding great success as an actor, not only as a pro-wrestler.
After playing the role of the superhero The Peacemaker, for Cena the doors of the entertainment world would have opened even more, despite the great return arrived in the WWE rings at Money in the Bank, with a subsequent match in Summerslam against Roman Reigns.
John Cena praises Vince McMahon
In his latest interview to Dan Patrick's microphones on That Scene, the Stamford federation's multiple world champion praised his historic boss, Vince McMahon, calling him the best actor in the whole company, saying: "Vince McMahon.
This is something he does rationally and has taken it nationally and then globally. It takes a lot because he created it. The way he walks, the way he talks, he worked as chairman in the middle of the Attitude Era, the bad Vince, he created him out of thin air.
And he took us big. It was like taking one's ego and one's self and putting it aside out there, doing whatever he did." Despite the great acting skills of John Cena are now there for all to see and undeniable, for the leader of the Chain Gang, his boss remains the best in the world at what he does, also because we believe that no one else can sustain the rhythms of the WWE Chairman, riding the company for 40 years now, always at the top of physical and mental form.
WWE Superstar John Cena paid tribute to Hindi actor, Siddharth Shukla. Taking to his official Instagram handle, Cena shared a monochrome image of the actor. On September 2, Shukla tragically passed away in Mumbai after suffering a heart attack at the age of 40.
Throughout the years, Shukla worked on notable shows on Indian television, including the popular reality TV series Bigg Boss. Following his loss, John Cena sent out the following message on Twitter: "Words cannot describe how appreciative I am that the WWE Universe allowed me the opportunity to return and perform.
Thank you staff, superstars, and most of all FANS for giving me an unforgettable summer at “home” with my “family”. The journey takes me away now but I’ll C U soon," wrote Cena.