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John Cena Announces Retirement From WWE After 22 Years

John Cena to retire from WWE after 22 years
John Cena

WWE superstar John Cena has officially announced his retirement from the wrestling promotion after a 22-year career.

Cena made the announcement during the Money in the Bank event on Saturday, revealing that he will embark on a farewell tour before his final match at WrestleMania in Las Vegas in 2025.

The 16-time world champion, known for his signature catchphrase “You can’t see me,” addressed the audience at the Scotiabank Arena, expressing gratitude towards WWE and reflecting on his illustrious career.

Cena’s farewell tour will include participation in next year’s Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber, and WrestleMania.

He invited his competitors to make the most of his remaining time in the ring, stating that his retirement marks an opportunity for others to make history.

A press conference will follow the show, where Cena will field questions regarding his retirement. The wrestling legend thanked the audience for their support, saying, “Thank you so much always for your voice, your honesty, and most of all, thank you for allowing me to be here with you tonight.”

John Cena’s retirement marks the end of an era in WWE, but his legacy will continue to be felt in the wrestling world.


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