Everyone loves the WWE Superstar John Cena meme so we decided it was time to bring it to life.
We held an audition for John Cena’s biggest fans to become ambassadors for his new store. What they didn’t know: he was about to break through the wall behind them for an unforgettable surprise. The reactions are priceless.
You never know when. You never know where. You won’t see him coming. You will only feel the power of… JOHN CENA!
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Watch how we set it up! https://youtu.be/rDKTMeVHs8g
Cena started his pro wrestling career in 1999 with Ultimate Pro Wrestling (UPW), and won the UPW Heavyweight Championship the following year.Cena signed a developmental contract with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, later renamed to WWE) in 2001, debuting on the WWE main roster in 2002. From a generic character in 2002, Cena morphed into an arrogant and edgy rapper for the time period of 2002-2003. Cena later transitioned to his current character, which he describes as a “goody-two shoes Superman“. However, Cena has been labeled as the “most polarizing pro wrestler ever” as his character has many supporters and many detractors. In 2015, WWE credited Cena as being the “face of WWE” from 2004, while in 2012, IGN described Cena as WWE’s franchise player since 2005.
So far, Cena has won 24 championships, with 15 reigns as a world champion (12 times as WWE Champion/WWE World Heavyweight Championand three times as World Heavyweight Champion), five reigns as United States Champion and four reigns as world tag team champion (twoWorld Tag Team and two WWE Tag Team). Furthermore, he is a 2012 Money in the Bank ladder match winner, a two-time Royal Rumble winner (2008, 2013), and a three-time Superstar of the Year Slammy Award winner (2009, 2010, 2012). Cena has the fourth-highest number of combined days as WWE World Heavyweight Champion, behind Bruno Sammartino, Bob Backlund, and Hulk Hogan. He has also headlined WWE’s flagship event, WrestleMania, on five different occasions (WrestleManias 22, 23, XXVII, XXVIII, and 29) over the course of his career.