John Cena has become a name synonymous with WWE. The wrestler has been a part of the company for way more than a decade. After being the face of WWE for the longest time, John took a backseat to focus on his flourishing Hollywood career, which includes hits like Trainwreck (2015) and Bumblebee (2018). Cena is currently busy with hosting Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader and will also begin shooting alongside Vin Diesel for Fast and Furious 9.
In spite of his Hollywood career going in an upward trajectory, John has not forgotten his WWE roots. In various interviews recently, Cena has been nothing but praises for the company that gave him the firm footing of recognition. In an interview with Sports Illustrated, when asked about his future WWE plans, the wrestler confessed that he does not know what his role with the company is currently but as long as they’ll have him, Cena will show up and never leave because WWE is his family. John also made the surprising revelation that he would be open to coaching at WWE’s Performance Center if asked.
“I’ll go coach in Orlando. It would be so shameful for that experience and performance wisdom to go to no one,” Cena shared.
John last appeared in WWE during Wrestlemania 35, when he brought back his Dr. of Thuganomics gimmick and decked Elias, which was an unforgettable Wrestlemania moment.
Meanwhile, John is rumoured to be starring alongside Margot Robbie in the Suicide Squad sequel, which is slated to release on August 6, 2021. However, no official confirmation has been made as of yet.