Knowledge Identifier: +John_Cena
Born in 1977.
Countries: United States (68%), Canada (7%), United Kingdom (6%)
Linked to: Springfield College, Boston Celtics, Boston Red Sox, Discovery Channel
Barry Buchanan - In August 2002 he returned to the WWE after wrestling several matches with seemingly no character or purpose, until November 21 when John Cena was pinned by Rikishi
For the first half of 2003, Cena sought the WWE Championship and chased the reigning champion, Brock Lesnar, performing weekly "freestyles" challenging him to matches
Brock Lesnar - After WrestleMania Lesnar turned his attention to John Cena, who had returned from injury in February 2003 and who had been F-5'd into a ringpost in the same manner Angle had been
Shawn Daivari - On November 21, 2005, Kurt Angle announced that Daivari was to be the referee for all his future matches, including his match against !WWE_Champion (WWE_Championship) John Cena for the title at the 2005 Survivor Series
Melle Mel - Also in 2006, Melle Mel attended professional wrestling school and in 2007 stated in an interview with allhiphop.com that "I'm going to try to take some of John Cena's money and get with WWE and do my thing"
The Sandman (wrestler) - In 2006, prior to the June 11 One Night Stand, The Sandman made a number of promotional appearances on WWE programming, first appearing, along with a number of other ECW stars, on "Raw" attacking John Cena then, two nights later, on the "WWE vs
John Morrison (wrestler) - In addition, Hennigan was featured in a sporadic feud with John Cena throughout 2006
Steve Lombardi - In early 2006, he still worked behind the scenes of WWE, including behind the camera with John Cena on his WWE.com show "5 Questions"
Christina Lindley - She has appeared in several films including "Big Momma's House 2", and she had a role in the 2006 film "The Marine", which was a WWE movie starring John Cena
Edge (wrestler) - Michaels teamed with John Cena to defeat Rated-RKO for the tag team championship on January 29, 2007
Edge (wrestler) - In March 2007 he alongside Randy Orton, John Cena, and Bobby Lashley appeared on "Deal or No Deal"
Michelle McCool - On June 3, 2008, she appeared on "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" with John Cena
Lee County Civic Center - On November 15, 2008, WWE Raw superstar John Cena made a rare appearance/autograph signing and he scouted Florida Championship Wrestling talent
In 2009, Cena expanded his relationship with Gillette by introducing a new online campaign called "Be A Superstar" featuring himself alongside WWE Superstars Chris Jericho and Cody Rhodes
Aidan Gillen - Gillen appeared alongside the professional wrestler John Cena in the 2009 film "12 Rounds"
Cody Rhodes - In July 2009, Rhodes became one of the faces of the Gillette "Be a Superstar" advertising campaign, along with Chris Jericho and John Cena
Gene Okerlund - Okerlund conducted the interviews on the three-hour "Old School" episode of "Raw" on November 15, 2010, where he interviewed John Cena, Randy Orton, members of The Nexus and Mae Young in similar fashion as to how interviews were done in the 1980s
Billy Kidman - He is currently a producer on WWE Raw brand and was mentioned by John Cena in an episode on November 22, 2010
Barry Buchanan - Buchanan made an appearance on the November 14, 2011 edition of "Raw" in a segment where Mick Foley was bringing out people from John Cena's past, claiming that Cena ruined his life
Tyler Black - Rollins made his WWE TV debut in a video package that aired during the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view in February 2012, where he was shown working out with John Cena in Cena's gym; Rollins was featured in a speaking role
Brock Lesnar - Brock Lesnar returned to WWE on the April 2, 2012 episode of "Raw", confronting and attacking John Cena
Josh Mathews - On October 18, 2013 edition of "SmackDown", Alberto Del Rio attacked Matthews while threatening John Cena about what he was going to do to him in Hell in a Cell
As of February 2014, Cena has had 21 championships reigns, including a record 11 reigns as WWE Champion and three reigns as World Heavyweight Champion
Celeste Bonin - On January 8, 2014, Kaitlyn decided to terminate her contract with WWE. Her final match aired that same night on "Main Event", where she lost to AJ (AJ_Lee). In her final address to the WWE Universe, she stated that she will return to the fitness industry and starting a fitness clothing company - Celestial Bodiez
Drake Younger - By May 2014, Wuertz had completed his farewell match on the independent circuit, as well as acknowledged in an interview that he would be working for WWE. Later that month, it was reported that Wuertz had worked as a professional wrestling referee at an house show for WWE's developmental system NXT
Ric Flair - On July 14, 2014, Flair appeared on "Raw" to promote John Cena in his upcoming match at Battleground
WWE Network - Also on July 31, 2014, it was announced that the WWE Network will launch in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Mexico, Spain and the Nordics, among others on August 12, along with a United Kingdom launch on October 1st and Italian, Arab, German, Japanese, Indian, Chinese, Thai and Malaysian launches are planned for a later date
Dolph Ziggler - On the October 28, 2014 episode of Raw, Ziggler and John Cena shook hands together backstage, which The Authority interpreted as a deal to plot against them
CM Punk - On an episode of Colt Cabana's "Art of Wrestling" podcast released in November 2014, Punk broke his silence regarding his exit from WWE. Punk cited his health as the main reason he left WWE, describing that in his final months in the company, he had been working through a possibly-fatal and untreated staphylococcal infection, broken ribs, injured knees, multiple concussions including one at the Royal Rumble, as well as having lost his appetite and ability to sleep well
Cena returned to WWE television on the December 29 taping of "SmackDown" which aired on January 1 2019