Cena’s Take on His Performance at Fastlane
Fresh off the heels of last night’s WWE Fastlane event, John Cena took a moment to address the press and share his thoughts on the co-main event and the state of WWE. Teaming up with LA Knight, Cena managed to secure a win against The Bloodline’s Solo Sikoa and Jimmy Uso. While fans roared in approval, Cena introspected about the match and where he stands in the ever-evolving world of WWE.
“It’s exceeded my expectations because the energy and the talent in the WWE locker room is incredible. This is truly the golden age of sports entertainment. I don’t think there has ever been a better time to be in the sports entertainment business or in WWE,” said Cena, appreciating the current wrestling landscape.
He emphasized how this era provides more opportunities for budding wrestlers compared to previous ones like the Attitude or Ruthless Aggression eras. Singling out his partner for the evening, Cena mentioned:
“If there is ever an example of someone gives you an inch, you make it a mile, it’s LA Knight. I don’t know if that happens in any other era because of how few spots there were.”
Cena’s In-Ring Future and Personal Reflections
While the fans and the energy of the sport keep him engaged, Cena also acknowledged his personal journey in WWE, especially considering his age and physical state. He is using this current stint to evaluate where he stands in terms of performance and how he can continue to live up to the standards he and the fans are accustomed to.
“I’m 46, I’ve told everybody this ain’t the last one, but I know the last one is on the horizon. I’m just taking stock of where I’m at. I’ve always promised that I don’t want to ever offend the WWE Universe with the effort I put out there. I’m trying to give it all I got. I have to work out some tweaks and find the mojo somewhere,” Cena introspectively mentioned.
It’s clear that while he is passionate about wrestling, he’s also honest about the challenges that lie ahead for him in the ring.
What’s Next for Cena?
John Cena‘s journey in the WWE isn’t taking a break just yet. Fans can eagerly anticipate his appearance this Tuesday on NXT, where he’ll be supporting Carmelo Hayes in a showdown against Bron Breakker. The action-packed event is slated to air on October 10 at 8:00 pm EST on the USA Network.
As Cena navigates this chapter of his WWE career, one thing remains certain: his commitment to the sport and the fans. Whether he’s wrestling or offering moral support from the sidelines, Cena’s presence will always be a highlight in the WWE universe.