10 Things You May Not Know About John Cena

John Cena might have found his fame through wrestling, but at heart, he’s a Renaissance man.

As a 16-time WWE world champion, who channels as much energy from ringside cheers as boos, he’s established himself as much outside of the arena.

On the silver screen, he’s taken on leading roles in ike 2010’s Fred: The Movie, 2015’s Trainwreck and 2018’s Blockers,

John Cena action movie including 2018’s Bumblebee and 2021’s Fast & Furious 9 (also known as F9) and DC Comics’ The Suicide Squad.

Cena has made a career out of his strong physique, but it actually started as self-defense since he was “really skinny and scrawny, like 100 pounds.

In 1998, as the team’s captain, he led the Division III school to its first NCAA postseason game.

After college, Cena moved out to California with his eyes set on a bodybuilding career with only $500.

The two most famously faced off a WrestleMania XXVII in 2012

He created the character of a monster truck named Elbow Grease who isn’t the best in any competition.

After releasing the song “Basic Thuganomics” on a 2004 WWE Originals album, Cena teamed up with his cousin Marc Predka, known as Tha Trademark.