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Straight up and in your face, the fan favorite rapper and WWE Champion John Cena has made quite the notorious reputation for himself in WWE by speaking the truth and backing it up in the ring. Sporting baggy jean shorts and a throwback jersey, Cena will often get amped up signaling the end for his victims, dropping his “you can't see me” trademark en route to his devastating finishing moves. A street brawler by definition, Cena is always up for a fight against anyone who steps to him. His tenacity as the WWE Champion began as a scrappy boy who, as a huge WWE fan, dreamed of being inside the ring when he attended shows at the old Boston Garden. Growing up in the quiet town of West Newbury, Massachusetts, Cena credits his passion for hip hop culture as chiefly responsible for his dedication to physical training from a young age. Getting beat up every day for being true to himself prompted Cena to hit the gym hard, and fight back harder.

Of course, those who step foot in the ring to battle with Cena, by might or by mic, are hardly prepared to get burned by this RAW Superstar's blistering rap lyrics that scorch the egos of those who dare challenge the rebellious rapper. Cena simply refuses to back down from any man who gets in his way.

Cena won the 2005 winter tournament on Smackdown to face then reigning WWE Champion John Bradshaw Layfield (“JBL”) at WrestleMania XXI. The rebel rapper versus the privileged and affluent big mouth Texan turned city slicker. Cena achieved his dream on April 3, 2005 when he pinned JBL to win the WWE Championship for his Chain Gang on the grandest stage of them all – WrestleMania. Recently, the “Doctor of Thuganomics,” turned the WWE upside down when he was the shocking first draftee in the 2005 WWE Draft Lottery and joined the RAW brand as the WWE Heavyweight Champion, in a WWE moment fans will never forget.

Setting his sights outside the ring, Cena is a rising hip hop star whose debut album, You Can't See Me, was released on Columbia Records in mid-May 2005, entering the Billboard Top 100 bestselling albums chart at No. 15 and has remained on the chart since its debut. Poised to make his mark in Hollywood, Cena is set to star in WWE's upcoming film - The Marine to be distributed by Twentieth Century Fox. - Copyright 2005. Universal Entertainment Cable Group

A celebrated professional wrestler who made a smooth transition to Hollywood roles as an action star, John Cena ironically grew up as something of a weakling; he reportedly weighed only 125 pounds in junior high. When others began relentlessly picking on the West Newbury, MA native for his undersized appearance, he rebounded by undergoing a weight-training program and bulking up. Cena later played collegiate football as an All-American center at Division III Springfield College, and moved to Los Angeles after graduation to establish himself as a bodybuilder. To support himself, he sold supplements at the "mecca" of bodybuilding, Gold's Gym in Venice; participated in flexing contests; and briefly starred in a reality television series on the UPN network, Manhunt.

WWE recruited Cena when one of its stars happened to notice him training at Gold's; Cena then embarked on a successful and lucrative career as a top-tiered professional wrestler, winning a myriad of events against various competitors, and his wrestling career peaked when he won the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 21. Cena's assumed identity as a wrestler often involved donning a "rapper" persona, which correlated with the performer's out-of-ring plans, for he did actually harbor ambitions as a rap singer. In time, he made his debut as an urban music recording artist on the May 2005 Columbia Records release You Can't See Me.

Cena's Hollywood acting work commenced with the title role in director John Bonito's poorly received action thriller The Marine (2006). The film concerns an injured U.S. marine who takes vengeance into his own hands when his wife is kidnapped by a thug (Robert Patrick). Cena followed this up with another lead, this one in director Renny Harlin's 12 Rounds (2009). As produced by Fox Atomic, the film mirrored the premise of The Marine; it stars Cena as a police officer who takes serious action when his wife is abducted. Nathan Southern, All Movie Guide
A celebrated professional wrestler who made a smooth transition to Hollywood roles as an action star, John Cena ironically grew up as something of a weakling; he reportedly weighed only 125 pounds in junior high. When others began relentlessly picking on the West Newbury, MA native for his undersized appearance, he rebounded by undergoing a weight-training program and bulking up. Cena later played collegiate football as an All-American center at Division III Springfield College, and moved to Los Angeles after graduation to establish himself as a bodybuilder. To support himself, he sold supplements at the "mecca" of bodybuilding, Gold's Gym in Venice; participated in flexing contests; and briefly starred in a reality television series on the UPN network, Manhunt.

WWE recruited Cena when one of its stars happened to notice him training at Gold's; Cena then embarked on a successful and lucrative career as a top-tiered professional wrestler, winning a myriad of events against various competitors, and his wrestling career peaked when he won the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 21. Cena's assumed identity as a wrestler often involved donning a "rapper" persona, which correlated with the performer's out-of-ring plans, for he did actually harbor ambitions as a rap singer. In time, he made his debut as an urban music recording artist on the May 2005 Columbia Records release You Can't See Me.

Cena's Hollywood acting work commenced with the title role in director John Bonito's poorly received action thriller The Marine (2006). The film concerns an injured U.S. marine who takes vengeance into his own hands when his wife is kidnapped by a thug (Robert Patrick). Cena followed this up with another lead, this one in director Renny Harlin's 12 Rounds (2009). As produced by Fox Atomic, the film mirrored the premise of The Marine; it stars Cena as a police officer who takes serious action when his wife is abducted. Nathan Southern, All Movie Guide
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