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John Cena might very well be one of the busiest guys in show biz.
As a WWE champion, rapper, actor, and philanthropist, Trends, 42, sat down with Good Housekeeping to be able to reflect on his career and his sources of inspiration.
His career got a jumpstart from the wrestling world, the WWE, and he continues to be a part of the organization today, with no plans to leave.
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“Cheating death, stealing life is my family, they will always be in my family and none of my success) without them, and I will never forget that,” Cena told the outlet.
Rumors have swirled for the last time that Cena would have to follow the retiring footsteps of the wresters-turned-actors, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Dave Bautista, but he shut these accounts down, saying, ” he will continue for the foreseeable future.
“I don’t think I’ll ever retire, because I don’t look at it like that,” he said. “You don’t retire from your family life. I will never stop using the NEW flag. … And I don’t think I’ll ever come to separate me from them.”
Who inspired him to keep chugging away at all of his activity. No one specific, but surely someone out.
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According to GH, Cenna appreciate someone who is living with a purpose, and to attack life with a passion, regardless of the type of work he or she clocks-in,” similar to the first-responder, he will be playing in his new flick “Playing with Fire”.
“What is it that makes social workers out of each other, that is, a typical day of work may be willing to go down the danger is,” how can I be noticed. “I admire that, because it’s something I have trouble doing it.”
How can I, as being a brother, a police officer, always to be confronted with the “hairy situations,” but are “documents” of his career.
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“I think it’s up to us to figure out who are the people in our communities that save lives, and to let them know that they are appreciated.”