Wrestling legend and current AEW commentator Jim Ross recently spoke to John Cena on his podcast, Grillin JR. As we all know, Cena is one of the most important personalities in the history of our favorite discipline, but very often he has been questioned for his many victories that perhaps have not convinced everyone.
The former WWE then returned to talk about this important character, labeling him as one of the athletes who are most dedicated to working, if not the best worker he has known, not only inside the ring but also outside of it for everything he did for Vince McMahon's company.
Jim Ross pays tribute to John Cena
Here are the words that were spoken by the historical commentator of the Stamford-based company on his podcast. "He is always ready to promote the company in all his projects. Nobody worked like John Cena did when I was still in WWE, his dedication to work was Herculean.
Even when he had to promote his film of him (The Marine) he did an incredible job, I have to say that in 26 years I have never seen a person so involved in what he did. He could be busy with the media all day, but once he got to the arena he not only fought, but he could also be available for a Make-A-Wish," Jim Ross said.
Words that therefore confirm once again the great work to which the Leader of the Cenation has always undergone, who has sometimes been criticized by people who perhaps did not appreciate him for his skills in the ring, but who perhaps have not always been able to appreciate the importance of this character for the federation and for his immense talent at the microphone, which deservedly made him a Leader of the Entertainment, a branch of pro-wrestling that Vince McMahon, his family and associates really appreciate, especially for that which has been the product of their company for some time now.
John Cena is currently winding down his in-ring career and focusing mainly on his career as an actor in film and television. Cena's last WWE match came at WrestleMania 36 last year, where he faced 'The Fiend' Bray Wyatt in a Firefly Fun House match.
The match, which was shot in a cinematic style, ended with The Fiend as the victor. Cena has not officially retired from the ring, although he is not expected to return to WWE anytime soon.