John Cena REVEALS when he plans to retire from WWE

John Cena addressed his retirement plans in an interview and spoke about how his time is up and someone else's time is now. The 16-time World Champion is focusing on his Hollywood career with his latest release being Bumblebee.
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John Cena, celebrated WWE superstar, started his wrestling career in 2003. Within a span of just two years, Cena became the face of the company with his signature 'Never Give Up' attitude. The leader of Cenation is a 16-time World Champion, tied with arguably the greatest wrestler of all time, Ric Flair. The past two years have seen Cena shift gradually into the world of Hollywood. His most recent release is the big-ticket film, Bumblebee, in which he stars alongside Hailee Steinfeld.
 
With a couple of movies on the pipeline, John has been absent from WWE Raw and Smackdown. His last appearance was at WWE Super Show-Down in Australia, where he teamed up with Bobby Lashley against Kevin Owens and Elias. Cena will soon make his in-ring return but it won't be televised. Cena is set to appear on the WWE Live Event at Madison Square Garden, New York, on December 26, 2018. Cena will also be making an appearance on the January 7, 2019 episode of WWE Raw.
 
In an interview with ESPN, when asked about when he plans to retire, given the shift to Hollywood, John revealed, "Anything that relies on your body for an end result, time is going to catch up with you. So, there’s going to be a time when I can’t keep up with the pace. I made a promise to myself many years ago, before I had found my passion of being on-screen that if I can’t keep up with the pace I have to walk away."
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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On the other hand, after winning the 2018 Sports Illustrated Muhammad Ali Legacy Award for his leadership as a philanthropist, Cena told Sports Illustrated, "It's a giant relay race, and I'm in the phase where I'm handing the stick off. My time is up. Someone else's time is now."
 
Do you think it's time for Cena to hang up his sneakers? Let us know your views in the comments section below.
 
 

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From Florida to John cena I want John cena the champ to come back to wwe full time do it for me I really love John cena put ur shorts on and ur shoes on come back don’t go to Hollywood just come back right now

John cena you are the best man never gave up

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If he retires,,I want him to he a Raw'$ General manager...#Never Give up#..

Does cena have to leave?

You are my best players

cena can wrestle forever

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