John Cena Shows Off After Shredding 18 Pounds, Ready To Unveil “6th Move Of Doom”


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16-time World Champion John Cena is in for the upcoming “Project X” movie and the Leader of Cenation is busy training at the Jackie Chan Stunt Team International Training Center in Beijing.

Cena took to Twitter to show off his new physique after losing 18 pounds and he looks leaner and ripped than ever. Some fans have noted that Cena’s new look reminds them of his physique back from his early days in WWE.

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“Project X” will feature Cena alongside the king of movie stunts and Hollywood icon, Jackie Chan. Cena replaced legendary Hollywood action star, Sylvester Stallone who was initially slated for the movie.

At this point, Cena isn’t booked for SummerSlam and it appears that he won’t be a part of this year’s Biggest Show Of Summer. However, the former WWE Champion is scheduled to be at the Shanghai Live Event on September 1, 2018 and is also booked for the Super Show-Down Pay-Per-View which will take place at the the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia on October 6, 2018.

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Since Cena isn’t booked for SummerSlam, the rumored rematch featuring him and The Undertaker at SummerSlam doesn’t seem like happening.

However, the good news is The Champ is not considering the Shanghai Live Event to be an ordinary one. Matter of fact, Cena has already carved out some special plans for the show.

The Champ was recently interviewed at the Jackie Chan Stunt Team International Training Centre in Beijing and it appears that the “Bumblebee” actor has added yet another new move to his already stacked arsenal.

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Cena noted that the WWE Universe has been a critic when it comes to his in-ring style and (in)famous “5 Moves Of Doom” and revealed that he is mastering another move that “has a true foundation in Chinese culture.” The Leader of Cenation described the move as being “extremely powerful.”





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