WWE part-time superstar John Cena believes WWE needs to stop relying on aging part-time workers like him.
WWE Superstar John Cena has spoken of WWE’s over-reliance on what he called an “aging prospect.”
Cena was speaking to USA Today’s Brian Truitt while promoting The Suicide Squad when he commented on his current role as a part-time member of WWE and shared his thoughts on what the future holds for his relationship. with society.
“I wish there was some kind of fountain of youth where I could be a full time contributor,” Cena said, before adding that it is in the best interests of both parties if he leaves for good. WWE at one point. “The more they continue to bet on an aging prospect, it makes [WWE’s] a little less stable future, ”he said.
Cena also spoke about the importance of getting away and taking a break from certain projects.
“There is a lot of shame in saying openly: ‘I need time for myself’,” admitted the 16-time world champion. “People see it as selfish, but if you run properly you are just easier to manage and everyone around you is going to feed off that energy,” he added. “I love what I do so much. I want to make the most of it.”
For now, Cena seems happy to ride the wave of WWE to Las Vegas, where he will face Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship at SummerSlam 2021 in Las Vegas on August 24.
Cena returned to WWE after a long hiatus at Money In The Bank last month. Cena had been absent from WWE as she embarked on a career in Hollywood, which is going quite well. In addition to big roles in films like F9 (the most recent entry in the blockbuster Fast & Furious franchise) and the Transformer Bumblebee spin-off, Cena can currently be seen portraying the DC Comics character. Peacemaker in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Cena will team up with Gunn again for an action-adventure comedy spinoff series for HBO Max that explored the character’s origins.
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