After so long, John Cena knows his WWE chapter is coming to a close and he already started planning an exit strategy.
John Cena Trying To Figure Out When To Close WWE Chapter
For about 20 years, John Cena has been the face of WWE. It did not matter what they asked, as the company man always did his job.
He turns 47 in April and the past five years have seen little Cena on WWE TV. Instead, his presence in Hollywood continues to grow.
Right there, that could be an angle. If Cena does not win is next bout, then he retires.
While that is not the idea, Cena told People how he is deciding how to retire from the ring.
“I don’t have much time left in the WWE,” said Cena. “You know, I’m trying to figure out when to close that chapter.”
“I wouldn’t be who I am — professionally or personally — without the WWE, and I promised myself that I would never simply just be there for my own sake. Every time I perform, I want to give my all to the audience.”
“And I’ve got to admit when I hit the 45 mark, I had to begin to try to form an exit strategy. I’m trying to work on that currently.”
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“I just want to do what’s best for the company. If it’s a big final match or if it’s just a final match, or however I can be integrated into the product to let everyone know that this chapter is over, I’m willing to listen to what WWE has to say.”
We do not when Cena’s next match will be, but WrestleMania 40 is possible. For WWE, it is more working around the schedule of the 16 time world champion.
So, when will John Cena and his WWE chapter finally conclude?