— Bleacher Creatures (@bcreaturetoys) September 29, 2016
John Cena was recently honored as a Komen More Than Pink hero.
As a WWE Superstar and 15-time World Champion, John Cena combines his athleticism, charisma, strong work ethic and genuine personality to make him one of the brightest stars in WWE and its hit cable program SmackDown Live on the USA Network. John devotes much of his time working on behalf of numerous charitable causes. Beginning in 2012, he has led WWE’s partnership with Susan G. Komen. Special-edition Cena and WWE merchandise debuted during this campaign and to date has helped raise nearly $2 million to help Komen support research and community outreach programs and has inspired millions to take action against breast cancer.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert ran a comedy sketch with several celebrities reminding people to vote earlier this week, which you can watch above. John Cena appeared in the segment at the 0:07 and 1:10 mark
— WWE (@WWE) September 28, 2016
John Cena joins the show while Renee and Daniel are in mid discussion. John Cena talks about facing his own mortality as he gets older and how he wants to make history and tie the all time world title record at No Mercy. Cena says he made a statement at the end of Smackdown Live. He says his ultimate goal is making history. Cena doesn’t want his career to end with only 15 world title reigns. Cena says that on Raw, the world title is protected by the authority and that he knew that he would have a better chance to be a world champ on Smackdown Live.
Renee and Daniel bring up the elephant in the room. Dean Ambrose’s comments that John Cena is now a lazy part timer. John Cena says that Dean Ambrose doesn’t understand that when the show is over. Dean’s job is over but John Cena keeps working for the WWE. Cena says Dean is paid millions of dollars to do his job when he is in the ring. Cena keeps working for the WWE when the show ends. How he was sent over to China to promote the WWE rather than be on Backlash because that’s what the company wanted from him.
John Cena says that because of the work he is doing for the WWE as an ambassador that someday Dean Ambrose, if he works hard enough can main event a WrestleMania in China. Cena says he is opening doors for everyone in the WWE. John answers Dean’s criticism that he dresses by himself in the locker room and has no friends. Cena says that he doesn’t dress in the locker room with Dean because a person is summed up by the 5 people he spends the most time with and Dean Ambrose would just slow him down. Cena brings up the comment that Dean made last week about how Ambrose hangs out with Samoans and Jack Swagger. Cena says that those same friends of Dean come over to John for advice and he has helped them.
John also brings up the comment that Dean made about John holding camp fire chats and motivational speeches in the locker room with the young talent. How Dean mocked John. Cena says that he is well aware that he is not the young stallion anymore and that John loves working with everyone and being a team player. Cena says that people always tell how things are but he knows how it really is and he doesn’t need to yell about it. He admits that he is going to be taken a private jet after this show to go to New York. Because he needs to do it for Total Bellas. John is happy with who he is and where is as a person. John Cena puts over Nikki Bella and Vince McMahon. Cena puts over Vince’s work ethic. He then comments on Dean’s statement that they hate each other. John says it isn’t true. Dean doesn’t like him but Cena doesn’t care about Dean. He doesn’t hate him.
John tells Dean to step up or step aside. Says that Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins are bonafide superstars while Dean is still trying to figure it out. Cena puts over Dean’s effort on Smackdown but says that Cesaro has great matches on Raw every week and “He’s still trying to figure it out”. Cena says that Dean’s comment of him being lazy is in itself a lazy insult. Cena says, Is that Talking Smack enough? He drops the mic. Renee Young thanks the fans for watching this week as the show ends.
— WWE (@WWE) September 28, 2016
In an explosive SmackDown LIVE main event, AJ Styles and Dean Ambrose battled it out with John Cena looking on from commentary.
Styles and Ambrose held nothing back in their attempts to obtain the most prestigious prize in all of WWE, bringing their absolute best to the Team Blue battlefield. The two went back and forth with several near falls. But when the action moved outside the ring in what would be the final moments of the match, The Phenomenal One opted to engage Cena, decking him on the outside. But, when the visibly frustrated leader of the Cenation climbed up on the ring apron, the referee became distracted. From there chaos reigned with Styles being able to ultimately seize the moment, grab The Lunatic Fringe’s tights and roll him up to retain the championship.
However, the action was far from over after the match, with Cena laying out both Ambrose and Styes out with Attitude Adjustments, clearly making a statement toward claiming his 16th World Championship at No Mercy.
As noted, E!’s “Total Bellas” will premiere on Wednesday, October 5th at 8pm EST. Below is the synopsis:
“The Cena House Rules: Brie and Bryan move into John Cena’s home to care for Nicole after her surgery in the series premiere of this “Total Divas” spin-off, which offers a glimpse into Nikki and Brie Bella’s life outside the ring with their significant others and family. First up: John’s strict house rules have the Bellas walking on eggshells to keep him happy.”
WWE superstar John Cena is known for pulling off some impressive feats of strength inside the squared circle. It turns out, he can also carry a tune.
The 15-time world champion led fans in a singing of “Country Roads” Monday night. The sing-along capped off a WWE live event at Wesbanco Arena in Wheeling, West Virginia.
Moments earlier, Cena was silenced by WWE World Champion A.J. Styles. Styles used a low blow to gain the decisive advantage and pin Cena in a triple threat match, which also included former champion Dean Ambrose.
Moments after his defeat, Cena exacted his revenge. He leveled Styles, who remained motionless as Cena serenaded the crowd. Whatever damage Cena had suffered in the closing moments of his match was not evident in his singing.
Comic book writer Mark Millar has worked on some of the world’s most iconic superheroes, from Superman to The Avengers. His work has influenced everything from television to movies – in addition to making contributions in Marvel’s cinematic universe, he’s the mastermind behind “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” “Wanted” and “Kick-Ass.” And now he has his sights set on John Cena to star in his next film, “Superior.”
Millar tweeted that after watching Cena’s performance in “Trainwreck,” he put in a request for the Cenation leader.
— Mark Millar (@mrmarkmillar) September 24, 2016
Cena appears to be intrigued by the ideas as he followed Millar on Twitter.
New draft for Superior script this week, Matthew producing & a perfect director lined up. Thanks for the follow, @JohnCena. Let's do this!
— Mark Millar (@mrmarkmillar) September 26, 2016
“Superior,” a comic series created by Millar and artist Lenil Francis Yu, focuses on a boy diagnosed with multiple sclerosis who meets an alien monkey that grants him one wish. Rather than wish for a cure, the boy wishes to become his favorite superhero, Superior.