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John Cena Retires from WWE After 23 Years

John Cena Retires from WWE After 23 Years

Actor and wrestler John Cena has seemingly retired from WWE after over two decades. The renowned wrestler announced his retirement from competitive wrestling after numerous appearances and iconic matches. At 47, Cena made the announcement at the Money in the Bank event in Canada, stating his final match would be next year.

In his emotional announcement, John Cena reflected on his career spanning more than two decades, highlighting both his remarkable successes and challenging moments since joining in 2001. Widely regarded as one of the greatest stars, Cena achieved the prestigious status of world champion a record 16 times.

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Expressing gratitude for the massive support, Cena thanked the audience, describing their support as an incredible gesture of kindness. Beyond wrestling, Cena ventured into acting, debuting in The Marine and later starring in Suicide Squad and Fast and Furious 9. The Hollywood star also holds a Guinness World Record for fulfilling the most Make-a-Wish wishes for terminally ill children.