John Cena has done just about everything you could imagine inside the squared circle, but according the wrestler turned actor, he is not done just yet.
A 16 time Heavyweight Champion (both WWE Champion and World Heavyweight Champion), two time Royal Rumble winner, WWE Raw Tag Team Champion, WWE United States Champion and WWE Tag Team Champion, John Cena appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to talk about his career and life outside of the ring.
During a discussion about his Elbow Grease series of children’s books, Cena said:
“With Elbow Grease books, I have a very young audience in WWE. A lot of kids, a lot of families, and as my in-ring career is not as active, it’s not over, but it’s not as active, I wanted to continue to send messages to those younger viewers.”
The message was pretty definitive. While there is no hint of when he will return to a WWE ring, John Cena is not done with the industry that made him a household name just yet.
You can view snippets of the interview of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, including Cena comparing walking into a WWE locker room to walking onto the set of F9 (Fast and Furious 9), talking about the BTS army and bringing the same, never give up, message he preaches on television to his Elbow Grease books.
Outside of the ring, John Cena has followed in the footsteps of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and made the successful transition from the ring to the film reel.
Currently he is slated to host the American Wipeout revival, will star as Peacemaker in both the remake of The Suicide Squad and his own spin-off HBO Max series, can be seen in the latest Fast and Furious installment: F9 slated for release in 2021 and has recently been linked with a brand new G.I. Joe movie alongside Spider-Man star, Tom Holland.
The last time he was seen on WWE television, John Cena was pinned by ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt in the much lauded Firefly Funhouse Match at WrestleMania 36.
Credit for the transcription:Fightful