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John Cena Has Good News For His Fans

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During an interview on this week’s WWE’s The Bump, 16-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena was asked what he wants to accomplish in his current WWE run.

Cena noted that he just wants to make sure it’s not the time for him to hang up his boots, and believes that he’s not done just yet, which is a good news for his fans worldwide!

Below is what he said:

“So selfishly, I said I wanted to make sure it’s not time to go yet. And I confidently believe that I’m not done. But I do believe that we’re all fighting that ticking clock and mine has less seconds than most other people in the locker room. Even some are seen like I just want to say thank you. Thank you to the audience.

Like a lot of times, we just go away and we don’t get a chance to say a proper thing like, ‘Hey, thanks for allowing me to do this for so long’. I pull no punches. I don’t exist without the audience. And I’m just really grateful for every single second. I’m really grateful. That’s why I can’t talk trash about it.”

Cena will team up with LA Knight to take on The Bloodline (Solo Sikoa & Jimmy Uso) this Saturday at the Fastlane premium live event. This will be Cena’s first televised match since WrestleMania 39, where he lost to Austin Theory.

The Cenation Leader will also appear on next week’s NXT, to be the corner of Carmelo Hayes, as Hayes takes on Bron Breakker. Paul Heyman will be in the corner of Breakker.

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