John Cena hasn’t been inside the squared circle since his exhilarating WWE Crown Jewel battle with Solo Sikoa. Cena recently stated that the time is drawing near for his eventual retirement, which he has previously alluded to. The WWE veteran has now revealed his dream venue for his final bout.
John Cena, a 16-time world champion, has been has often talked about the short amount of time he has left to compete. Cena has said that he is preparing his exit strategy and that he has already decided on an arena for his final match. While on The One Show on BBC, John Cena fielded a question about his desired venue for his last match and who would he want to face as his last opponent.
`So I’ve gone by the construct in my life of never trying to pick my opponents because that’s way above my pay grade, but I’ve been an active advocate for London to be a host of WrestleMania. A lot of people think when I go out in the middle of the ring and I say that, it’s just for the local moment, like, ‘We’re the show, we want to make the show happy.’ Fans in the UK, WWE fans are the best, and fans in London specifically, they will let you know how they feel. I don’t think I’ll be able to choose my opponent, but if I could choose a venue, it’d be the O2 in London. So I hope we can make that happen.”
Cena pointed out his appreciation for the passionate WWE fans in the UK, particularly in London. He further expressed his advocacy for London to host WrestleMania. He revealed his desire for the final match of his life to take place at the O2 Arena in London. He also emphasized that he typically avoids selecting his opponents because that’s above his pay grade.
Additionally, The WWE star recently said that he hopes to retire by the time he’s 50. His interview on Entertainment Tonight suggests that his retirement match may happen after WrestleMania 40. This created a possibility for a potentially memorable farewell from the wrestling ring.
When Cena decides to finally bid farewell to the WWE stage, fans will surely miss his presence. Meanwhile, Keep checking on Ringside News for more updates.
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