John Cena Shocking Comments on Vince McMahon’s retirement!

John Cena made WWE history and wrestling in general, having personally contributed to the growth of the product in every corner of the planet. The Boston champion has gradually moved away from the ring in recent years, thanks to advancing age and the desire to make it into the cinema.

Following in the footsteps of the legendary The Rock, the leader of the ‘Cenation’ quickly became one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood. Cena returned to WWE a few weeks ago to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his debut in the company, receiving a beautiful tribute from friends and colleagues.

John hasn’t had an official match since SummerSlam 2021 when he put out a great performance in front of Roman Reigns. According to insiders, the former WWE Champion will not return to the ring before WrestleMania 39. In a recent interview, Cena talked about Vince McMahon.

John Cena on Vince McMahon

During ‘Comic-Con Wales’, John Cena was asked to give his opinion on Vince McMahon’s sensational retirement. The now former WWE boss was not having a good time, given the heavy accusations that have come down on him in recent weeks.

In fact, an investigation by the Wall Street Journal revealed that Vince had given 3 million dollars to a former employee with whom he had had an extramarital affair. His role was taken over by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan, while Triple H was put in charge of the creative team.

“Vince McMahon is a true monument of this business. A statue should be erected in honor of him” – replied John. Former tag team champion Bully Ray crowned Cena as the GOAT: “John Cena has all it takes to be recognized as the best ever.

He not only did an exceptional job in the ring, but he also put a lot of effort into extra-wrestling activities. He has granted the wishes of countless children through the ‘Make-A-Wish Foundation’ and has never held back when it came to helping people in need.

This says a lot about his greatness”. John Cena recently stated that he enjoyed the Firefly Fun House match against Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 36. “I think I really leaned into the creativity of what we are able to do.

And as I get older I kind of got to rely on those tricks more. So, I really, really, really enjoyed the Firefly Fun House match. The fact that people didn’t hate, which was great. I was very nervous. I was sweating bullets on that one. They didn’t hate it and it only involved one punch.”

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