New details on John Cena's status
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 499
Will John Cena be at WrestleMania 39? This is the question that all enthusiasts have been asking themselves for several months. According to some experts, the 16-time world champion should face Austin Theory in one of the most anticipated matches of the 'Showcase of the Immortals'
We remind you that the 2023 edition of Mania will be held on April 1 and 2 at the SoFi Stadium, a stone's throw from Hollywood. According to reports from Katherine Tulich of 'Variety', the 'leader of the Cenation' will be busy filming the film 'Ricky Stanicky' shortly before WrestleMania.
The film directed by director Peter Farrelly will be shot in Melbourne, Australia, between February and March. The stars of the film will be John Cena and Zac Efron. The Boston champion will have little time available to prepare for his match against Theory at Wrestlemania.
“John Cena will be busy filming Peter Farrelly's new film. Ricky Stanicky is the name of a fictional character invented by three friends in order to have someone to blame for their misdeeds. When suspicions begin to arise, the three are forced to hire a down-and-out actor to bring Stanicky to life.
Cena will play Stanicky” – reads on Variety.
New details on John Cena
John Cena's last WWE appearance was on the December 30, 2022 episode of SmackDown, during which he was rumored to have filmed something backstage with Austin Theory.
Guest in the latest edition of the AJ Awesome Show, the AEW World Tag Team Champion Max Caster spent beautiful words for John Cena: “John Cena is a huge source of inspiration for anyone who is a wrestler or dreams of becoming one.
I've never met him in person, but we've written to each other a few times. He has always been very kind and helpful towards me, which is not at all obvious. Dealing with him increased my confidence." WWE is looking for a new structure after the sensational return of Vince Mcmahon earlier this year.
Stephanie stepped down to everyone's amazement, while Triple H remained at the head of the creative team. Former WWE referee Mike Chioda says John Cena was legitimately annoyed that he was booked to lose against The Rock at WrestleMania 28 in 2012.
“I had that first one, and I was wondering who the f*** was gonna go over [win],” Chioda said. “Cena had been running the road for 10 years. Rock’s been in f***ing Hollywood, and then all of a sudden it’s like, ‘John, you’ve gotta do the job [lose].’ It was in Miami. I said, ‘Damn, I can’t believe they gave it to The Rock."