John Cena announces his departure from WWE and selects his ideal farewell location.

Three more years remain in John Cena’s illustrious WWE career as he has announced that he intends to retire from professional wrestling when he is 50.

Since facing Kurt Angle in his WWE debut in 2002, Cena has emerged as a significant figure in the organization.

The sixteen-time World Champion, a record he shares with Ric Flair, dominated the card for more than fifteen years before cutting down in 2018 to concentrate on his acting career, emulating Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Dave Bautista.

With his roles as Peacemaker in James Gunn’s Suicide Squad and the title series, as well as his development into a major character in the Fast & Furious franchise, Cena has had great success.

Despite his other obligations, he has never lost his admiration for the WWE and has made it a point to wrestle at least once a year. However, Cena, who will turn 47 in April, feels that his career is running out of time and intends to put up his boots for good in three years.

Cena names dream farewell venue

“I made a promise to the consumer early on, to WWE fans, because I understand how difficult it is to be a fan,” Cena said in London as he promoted his new movie Argyle to Entertainment Tonight.

It takes a lot to be a committed fan, and our fandom is passionate and worldwide, therefore you have to put some money out of your wallet. WWE has a ton of stuff. I’ve never been one to venture outside merely for the purpose of doing so. I will also turn 47 this year.

“I feel great. So inside I feel great, but I know what it takes to be a WWE performer night in and night out and I don’t ever wanna just go out there and do it to do it.

“I want to give them precisely what they give me, and I want to have the same enthusiasm as the fan base. The miles on the speedometer are telling me that I need to finish it before I turn 50 since that’s the deadline I set for myself.

“It’s difficult to balance both because, you know, Matthew [Vaughn] won’t let you go do anything else when you’re filming Argylle due to insurance. I will therefore kind of hold onto it for as long as I can, as long as the phone doesn’t stop ringing and we’ve had some great opportunities here.

“However, even returning for these one-time events or brief three-month stints wears you down, and I’ve simply had an extraordinarily lucky run of health. I feel fantastic. All I want is to feel good for the rest of my life.

Cena did acknowledge that, like many other wrestlers in the past, he could find it challenging to maintain his retirement. “I’ve never missed a year, and I don’t intend to miss a year as long as I can perform,” he continued.

“But I’m just being honest with myself when I say I’m done. In WWE, they say never say never, and a lot of guys retire and come back. Additionally, there is a fantastic new generation nowadays. It’s time to transfer the electric energy to those who are able to attend every day.

It was unexpected to hear that Cena chose London’s 02 Arena as the best location for his last bout in a separate interview with the BBC’s The One Show.

He declared, “WWE fans in the UK are the best, and fans in London in particular will let you know how they feel.” “I don’t think I’ll be able to pick my opponent, but the O2 in London would be my choice for a venue.”

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