John Cena’s love for WWE was on full display in an emotional segment with Vince McMahon in 2019.
On the January 14, 2019 episode of Raw, John Cena shared the ring with Vince McMahon, where he declared his love for WWE.
It’s clear from the segment that Cena is speaking from the heart, with no fan ever questioning how much Cena loves the industry again.
John Cena’s Emotional 2019 Promo
In a segment where Cena argues with Vince McMahon, the 16-time world champion talks about his need to get “one more chance” from his boss.
Cena has been open about how he stepped in when Vince needed him following the departures of The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Brock Lesnar in the early 2000s.
Then what sacrifices he made in trying to become WWE’s top star, missing funerals, birthdays and weddings to make sure Vince was there when he needed him.
The promo segment, which you can check out below, is incredibly emotional and proves how much Cena truly loves WWE.
Video: Footage of John Cena declaring his love for WWE in 2019
Cena has been criticized by fans for being part-time with WWE, calling him The Rock during his time as a top star in the company.
However, Cena clearly loves WWE more than anything in this world and has always considered the company his family, so even though he’s no longer full-time, his dedication is unquestionable.
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What did the fans think of John Cena’s promo?
Fans, as you might expect, had a few things to say about Cena’s promo after it recently surfaced online again.
An incredibly loyal member of Vince’s locker room during his time working for WWE, Cena was admired by many for his work during his career.
Below is a selection of fan comments on the promo, with many wanting to show Cena the love he deserves, but probably doesn’t always get.
Cena, as noted, has not been a full-time WWE star for years now due to his Hollywood career, but he will return to wrestling when his schedule allows it.
In fact, Cena is rumored to return to WWE next year, potentially for a match at WrestleMania 39 in Los Angeles.
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