John Cena praises WWE Chairman Vince McMahon ahead of impending return
Chairman Vince McMahon helped make him the face of WWE as he went on to win a record-equaling 16 World Championships. Cena has a lot of praise for McMahon and his expertise in the wrestling industry.
Talking to Chris Van Vliet, John Cena said:
“I continue to learn from him every single day. There’s not an instance that goes by when I don’t reflect on my experiences with the WWE, and what he has taught me. And often times, learning from osmosis; he’s not the kind of guy to hit you over the head with lessons that he bestows upon you, but you can learn from his decision-making. It says a lot about the person and what you can take,” he said.
“He’s always there, he’s always invested. People can question his creative motives or whatever – but it’s creativity, there’s always going to be opinionated [people]. He’s always boots on the ground, he’s always invested, and always believes in and is passionate about the product. I think just showing up and delivering, that’s a huge takeaway.”
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Vince McMahon is coping up with recent budgets cuts due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He has taken big decisions by releasing the likes of Aleister Black and Braun Strowman in recent weeks. It’s safe to say that the WWE Chairman has worked very hard to keep WWE at the top of the wrestling industry for the past few decades.
Has John Cena found box office success in Hollywood ?
Cena left WWE to pursue an acting career in Hollywood. Cena’s first movie in front of the screen was The Marine in 2006, as part of promoting WWE Studios. His biggest turning point arrived 4 years later, during his cameo in Fred.
He admits that a certain change in his acting helped bolster his performances in movies. Featuring as the bad guy in F9: The Fast Saga, is his biggest test yet. Cena will be looking to return to WWE to face a rampant Roman Reigns after the release of the movie.