While speaking to Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, John Cena was asked about visiting the Make-A-Wish luncheon during WrestleMania weekend and if the reaction he receives from children provide him with enough justification to remain a babyface. Cena responded to the question with the following remarks:
“I don’t think everyone wants me to turn. There is a group of people that don’t like what they see, but the most important message I send is you can’t please everybody, never be ashamed to be who you are, and know that what you do affects people. I look at it as a way to provide hope for families that don’t go through what we consider a normal day by providing a smile and happiness. I look at WWE as a vehicle to provide an escape and happiness. That’s why I’m here every year, I believe in what we do.”
Cena also talked about his build to his match against The Miz, the movie opportunities he has receive and more. You can check out the full interview here.
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