John Cena Discusses Limited WWE Return Amid Acting Career

Ahead of “Fast X” release, 16-time WWE World Champion John Cena shared insights into his sporadic WWE appearances in a recent Busted Open Radio interview. Responding to accusations of overpowering other WWE talent, Cena also opened up about the physical toll of wrestling and his commitment to maintaining performance standards.

He expressed, “I wish I was still there every day. My body can’t do it anymore and I don’t want to give the consumer a bad product…What I have is what you saw at WrestleMania 39. That’s what I feel confident that I can deliver…That’s not every day in the WWE.”

Cena also addressed criticisms of the Fast & Furious franchise, where he plays Jakob Toretto.

“Having just performed at the 39th installment of WrestleMania, my philosophy is, ‘as long as it’s good, that’s all that matters.’ ‘Fast’, continuously, and box office backs data it up, continuously entertains the world installation after installation.”

“As long as the movies are exceptional, which this one might be my favorite of all-time, and I go deep into the ‘Fast’ library. This is a great ride and I think people are going to get out of the theater and want to see another one. If someone makes that comment, which they’re entitled to, I just don’t think they understand what we do.”

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