16-time World Champion John Cena is busy wrapping up his Hollywood commitments as he is set to make his much-awaited WWE return later this month.
Cena has been working a limited schedule in WWE since announcing himself as a “free agent” last year. The Leader of Cenation is laser focused on his Hollywood career which appears to be quite promising at present.
During a recent interview with Chris Van Vliet, the Bumblebee star talked about his future in the squared circle and gunned down several retirement rumors in the process.
“Performing in a WWE realm is unbelievable because it is that thrill of improvisational storytelling.
You can listen to the immediate response and change your story to cater to the people who are in the building.
An audience in Miami isn’t gonna be the same as Chicago, isn’t gonna be the same as Montreal and Montreal the last time isn’t gonna be the same as this time.
That’s what I love about it, that’s why I’ll never leave it.
That’s why I got a month to myself and I’m going to do live events. Because I can’t get away from it, I love it”
The Champ has been largely missing from WWE TV since WrestleMania 34. Gone are those days when Cena would make weekly appearances and take on any Superstar that walked down the aisle.
The hero of WWE Universe had earlier confessed that professional wrestling is a “young man’s game” and at the age of 41, he would like to do what’s best for his overall health so that he won’t have to limp or hobble around on turning 80.
In 2018, the 13-time WWE Champion has worked only two televised matches since WrestleMania 34 – a singles match at Greatest Royal Rumble (April) and a Tag Team Match at Super Show-Down (October).
Cena is set to make his WWE return on December 26 with a chain of live events, a busy schedule that extends to the first half of January.