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WWE Legend John Cena Announces Retirement From Wrestling

WWE Legend John Cena Announces Retirement From Wrestling

Wrestling champion and Hollywood star John Cena has announced that he will retire from professional wrestling in 2025, concluding over two decades in the ring. The 16-time WWE world champion made the announcement during WWE Money in the Bank in Toronto, Canada, where he delivered an emotional speech to a stadium full of fans.

Cena confirmed that his farewell tour will include the 2025 Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber, and WrestleMania 41 in Las Vegas. He assured fans of an epic final fight and promised to remain involved with WWE, particularly as Raw moves to Netflix in January 2025.

Cena reflected on his career, expressing gratitude to his fans: “Thank you so much for letting me play in the house that you built for so many years.” He also shared that despite feeling physically at his limit, he still has a deep love for the sport.

Cena debuted in WWE in 2002 and has been a significant force in the wrestling world. However, since 2018, he has taken on a more part-time role to focus on his movie career, starring in films such as “Blockers,” “The Suicide Squad,” and the “Fast & Furious” franchise. His recent appearances include roles in the comedy thriller “Argylle” and the box office hit “Barbie.”

As he prepares for his final year in the ring, Cena remains committed to giving fans an unforgettable farewell, ensuring that his legacy in WWE will endure.

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