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John Cena Embraces Giant Bald Spot On Head

At this point, John Cena can no longer hide the giant bald spot on his head and instead of a hair transplant, he is embracing the look.

John Cena Bald Spot
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA - APRIL 7: WrestleMania 40 at Lincoln Financial Field on April 7, 2024 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by WWE/Getty Images)Credit: WWE

At this point, John Cena can no longer hide the giant bald spot on his head and instead of a hair transplant, he is embracing the look.

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By now, we all know John Cena cannot grow all his hair back. While he only appears sporadically for WWE, we have seen a trend. Each time Cena returns, it is more obvious how he is starting to go bald. He will turn 47 years old this month and losing hair is part of getting older. Welcome, to life.

Even though he was not booked for WrestleMania 40, John Cena did appear and made it count. In the main event of WrestleMania 40 Night Two, Cena helped Cody Rhodes against Roman Reigns. Basically, Cena entered the fray to counter Solo Sikoa. Those two look to continue their feud dating back to Crown Jewel, where Solo handed Cena another singles loss. After taking care of Solo, The Rock reignited his feud with Cena and landed the rock bottom. During all that, Cena’s hat fell off, showcasing the top of his bald head.

Embraces The Baldness

John Cena Bald Spot
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA – APRIL 7: WrestleMania 40 at Lincoln Financial Field on April 7, 2024 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by WWE/Getty Images)Credit: WWE

In recent appearance on The Pat McAfee Show, John Cena went over his hair. Seemingly, he does not care as many around him are dealing with the same situation. “Man, I know I got a bald spot on the back of my head,” said Cena. “I flossed it at WrestleMania. Me, you and like 7 out of 10 dudes have them. So I don’t care, I’m not perfect, that’s not me.”

It is nice to see someone embracing the change. Typically, wrestlers will get a hair transplant or take supplements to try and grow it back. As for a return inside the ring, Hollywood is keep Cena busy. Hence, why he no longer appears every week for WWE. Whenever Cena is ready to return, the next angle should be he retires if he loses another singles match. Remember, he has not won a singles match in years. So, does anyone else think John Cena handled his bald spot just perfectly?

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