When it comes to John Cena, as a fan, there is no "in-between," you either love the guy, or you hate the guy. There is no denying that when Cena is in the ring, you're chanting "Let's go, Cena," or "Cena sucks." However, there is one thing that all WWE fans should do, and that is to respect John Cena.
In the last decade, John Cena has been all over fans' television screens from WWE to talk show appearances. While fans might view Cena as the modern day Hulk Hogan, the one thing fans cannot take away from Cena is everything he has done during his career with the WWE. Over the course of Cena's 13-year career, Cena has done some remarkable things in and out of the squared circle. Some of these things include Cena's multiple championships, working injured, not taking time off, and awards he has won. Cena has also accomplished a lot outside of the squared circle from all his charity work, donating to charity and winning awards for his charity work as well.
Read this article before the next time you watch WWE Monday Night Raw and Cena is on your screen. When you hear John Cena's music hit, and you go to chant "John Cena sucks," remember this article! Whether you love him or hate him, these are the 10 reasons to respect John Cena.
10 Cena Wrestled In Honor Of U.S Troops 10 Times
The World Wrestling Entertainment started a special show in 2003, known as the WWE Tribute For The Troops. Superstars would go overseas to visit the troops at various stations and hospitals. The WWE would put on a wrestling show for the troops.
9 Cena's Ring Gear Has Meaning
When it comes to Cena's ring gear, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson said it best: Cena is "...looking like a big fat bowl of Fruity Pebbles."
8 The Cena Scholarship
While on Chris Jericho's podcast. Cena admitted he almost turned heel during his feud with The Rock. Cena had new music and ring gear. Although, that heel change never happened.
According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Cena had $5,000 worth of ring gear made up but canceled the order. Instead of getting a refund, Cena told the seamstress to use the money for WWE developmental talents to get new gear.
7 Cena Interacts With Fans During Raw
Whether Cena is cutting a promo, in the middle of a match or finishing the main event match on Raw, Cena acknowledges all his fans.
6 John Cena Works Injured
In wrestling, injuries are very common. Some injuries are more severe than others. However, Cena had worked plenty of his matches injured during his WWE career.
5 Cena's In-Ring Accomplishments Are Impeccable
During Cena's 13-year career, Cena has accomplished a lot in the squared circle. This includes Cena surviving a horrible rapper gimmick. However, Cena has been the backbone for the WWE in the last 10 years. He's a superstar who is very inspirational to all young fans alike.
4 Cena Donates Flyer Miles
The Make-A-Wish Foundation runs a campaign every year for people to donate their flyer miles as most of the wishes require traveling.
3 Make-A-Wish Foundation Awards Cena
It is no secret that Cena does a lot of charity work. So it should come as no surprise that he has won awards for his charity work.
2 Cena Answers The Call
This past summer, a fundraiser called Answer The Call teamed up with the WWE during Summer Slam, as Summer Slam was in New York. Answer The Call is a fundraiser for NYPD' and NYFD' widow and children benefits fund.
1 Cena Has Granted Over 500 Wishes
When it comes to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, John Cena seems to literally do it all. He's now a Wish Ambassador, won awards from Make-A-Wish Foundation and recently can add that he has granted over 500 wishes!
Currently, John Cena is the most requested athlete and celebrity for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. With his motto "Never Give Up," he gives kids all over the world hope and inspiration. Cena has shown he truly deserves everyone's respect.
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