John Cena was a guest at Comic-Con Wales. One of the first questions he got was his favorite match; . "I get that question a lot," Cena said, as quoted by Wrestling Inc. "My answer is always the same: my next one."
John Cena has no intention of retiring and seems ready for the next challenges in his career. He is equally ready and motivated for each subsequent match. "Someday, I'll have to reflect back and pick a favorite," Cena said.
"but I know I'm not done with the ring, so my next one's my favorite one." John Cena is still not ready to go, and he is aware that he is in serious age. What motivates him are his opponents. WWE is now full of young talent waiting for their opportunity.
"I know I'm not done in the ring," Cena began, "but I am realistic with where I'm at in my life, and I'm 45, and I can tell you from being a 16-time champion, it is very tough to win, and the top of that mountain is a young man's game."
John Cena and retirement
He is not finished with his career in WWE, but the time will come when Cena will have to make a decision to go. "I'm not done in the ring," Cena concluded, "but I'm not certain that that's in the cards."
John Cena's last sentence caused interesting reactions. "We'll see. Story's yet to be told." NXT star Cameron Grimes recently praised John Cena. “I was really pleased to see him back in WWE, it's great that he's back.
John Cena is a freak of nature. We are talking about one of the greatest ever, there is no doubt about it. Cena had the ability to transcend wrestling and is still a source of inspiration for many kids today. Every time he appears on our show, I put my schedule aside and tune in."