John Cena announced his retirement from professional wrestling at the 2024 Money In The Bank premium live event.

We have been previously reporting on this plan for John Cena to retire the previous few months and Slice Wrestling Red Book subscribers have all the inside information regarding this farewell tour.

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Wrestling fans all over the world were shocked by the news as many grew up idolizing John Cena as he was considered the modern day Hulk Hogan.

John Cena made his historic WWE debut on the 2002 June 27th episode of SmackDown when he iconically came out to answer Kurt Angle’s challenge with “Ruthless Aggression.”

John Cena’s career stats are simply GOAT

  • 13x WWE Championship
  • 3x World Heavyweight Championship
  • 5x WWE United States Championship
  • 2x WWE Tag Team Championship (w/The Miz) (w/David Otunga)
  • 2x World Tag Team Championship (w/Batista) (w/Shawn Michaels)
  • Money in the Bank Winner (2012)
  • 2x Royal Rumble (2008, 2013)

WWE will be rolling out the red carpet for John Cena’s retirement tour and many elaborate plans are in place for this ceremonial tour and Boston sports teams are also being planned to be involved in some capacity during this retirement tour.

WWE will be planning numerous top WWE Superstars opponents for John Cena on this upcoming retirement tour including

  • Randy Orton
  • Cody Rhodes
  • AJ Styles
  • Gunther

A historic 17x WWE Championship is also in the works and WWE is looking to pull out all the stops for the bookend to this Legend’s historic career.

“You can’t see me.”

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