John Cena was on his longest WWE run in over six years, as fans were just happy to see him on WWE television every week. Cena last competed at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia and has now revealed when he plans to end his in-ring career.

John Cena squared off against Solo Sikoa at the Crown Jewel Premium Live Event in Saudi Arabia. The Leader of Cenation was systematically dismantled and then brutalized by the young Samoan, as Cena lost the match. He would then tease retirement immediately afterwards.

During a recent conversation with Kelly Clarkson, the former WWE Champion revealed his definitive timeline for retirement from in-ring competition. Cena made it clear he will retire when he is 50.

“50 is my absolute line in the sand. I would like to try and do it before that, but at 50, I’m just gonna tweet out, ‘Peace out, see ya.’ That’s it, I’m good. I was very much driven where WWE was my passion 24/7 and I’m very grateful. I’ve grown and there’s a lot of other avenues I’m curious about in life, being a great husband and partner is one of those. I just want to try do what I can in those [years].”


Nevertheless, fans are hoping John Cena will appear at WrestleMania 40 after he confirmed his status for the event, so we’ll have to see if he will appear at the show somehow.

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