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John Cena reveals the most valuable advice he received from Vince McMahon

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In an interview with Chris Van Vliet, WWE icon and rising Hollywood superstar John Cena spoke about the most valuable advice he received from Vince McMahon.

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JOHN CENA NOTED HIS MOST VALUABLE LESSON LEARNT FROM VINCE MCMAHON

The former WWE Champion noted that he learnt from Vince McMahon every single day, and the process is an ongoing one. While he is not the kind of person who would speak his lessons out until it gets into the listener’s head, one can always learn from him via osmosis and his decision making could be important lessons for talents to learn from.

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The most valuable lesson that he has ever learnt from the majority owner of WWE is to show up and deliver. It is something that McMahon follows. He is always invested in his work and the business, and while questions on his creative decision making can be valid, no doubt can be made about his investment into the intricacies of the professional wrestling industry.

“So, the most valuable of all the lessons is ‘just show up and deliver.’ And that is something he doesn’t just say, it’s something he does, all the effing time,” Cena said.

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“He’s always there, he’s always invested. People can question his creative motives or whatever, but it’s creativity, there’s always going to be opinionated. He’s always boots on the ground, he’s always invested, and always believes in and is passionate about the product. I think just showing up and delivering, that’s a huge takeaway,” the F9 star added.

HE HAS NOT BEEN SEEN IN THE WWE RING SINCE WRESTLEMANIA 36

The penultimate match of the second night of WrestleMania 36 involved John Cena and “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt. The former came out for his match in the Performance Center, assuming his match was taking place in the ring. Wyatt was then shown in the Firefly Fun House, stating that he would actually be facing himself before exiting through the fun house’s door. “The Franchise Player” was then teleported to the Firefly Fun House. After a series of dream sequences, Wyatt defeated his opponent.

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Following Wyatt’s victory, the motionless body of the vanquished opponent vanished from the middle of the ring Big Match John has not been seen in WWE since then and has largely been focused on his acting career, although rumours are rampant about a Summerslam showdown against Roman Reigns.

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