• John Cena Gives An Update On His WWE Status
16-Time WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena appeared on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night, where he became the first in-studio guest for the show since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Cena talked about “F9” (“Fast & Furious 9”), his love for BTS and his Elbow Grease book series.
Speaking of the Elbow Grease book series, Cena revealed that he’s not done as a wrestler yet.
“With Elbow Grease books, I have a very young audience in WWE. A lot of kids, a lot of families, and as my in-ring career is not as active, it’s not over, but it’s not as active, I wanted to continue to send messages to those younger viewers.”
He added that he wants to send the “Never Give Up” message to more children via this book series.
“So many times, parents have told me, ‘Your Never Give Up words have helped my son or daughter.’ Ok, so that’s why I had to come up with a children’s book series that is fun, bright, and colorful, and about monster trucks. It’s a fun read but there are some underlying things there about Never Give Up.”
Cena last appeared in WWE at WrestleMania 36 earlier this year, where he lost the Firefly Fun House match to “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt.
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• WWE Hall of Famer Would Have Celebrated His Birthday
Today would have been the 51st birthday of WWE Hall of Famer Chris Von Erich (Real name: Chris Adkisson).
Chris was the youngest son of Fritz Von Erich, but also wanted to become a Professional Wrestler like his brothers, Kerry, Kevin, David, & Mike.
In 2009, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by long-time friend of the family, “Freebird” Michael “P.S.” Hayes.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE
September 30, 1969 – September 12, 1991