John Cena Discusses Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Advice He Received Prior…

John Cena Discusses Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Advice He Received Prior to Entering the Film Industry

Two of the biggest superstars ever to emerge from the realm of professional wrestling are John Cena and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Both of them have acted as the company’s public face at various points in time, and they both inspired a different generation with their tenacity, talent, and charisma.

The two even competed against one another at two Wrestlemania events over the course of several years, thanks to a WWE storyline.

Fans on both sides of the conflict were extremely enthused by the rivalry, which was one of the most epic in wrestling history.

The two superstars had more in common than not, since they both became dominant figures in movies and television after enjoying enormous success in their wrestling careers.

The Rock, on the other hand, made the career change before Cena did, and in the eyes of many, he paved the way for wrestlers to move from professional wrestling to professional acting.

Many people attribute the prominence of wrestlers in the film industry today, like John Cena and Dave Bautista, to Dwayne Johnson’s efforts in establishing himself and other wrestlers who followed him as legitimate actors.

John Cena has now acknowledged that Dwayne Johnson is the reason that wrestlers have so many options today in the world of acting. Initially, Cena was among those who ridiculed The Rock, and this served as the foundation of their fake war in the WWE.

Cena even mentioned in a recent interview that he sought Dwayne’s assistance before breaking into the movie business and that Dwayne’s words of comfort inspired Cena to bring his unique style to the big screen. When discussing the chat with Dwayne, he used the precise terms as follows:

“I was able to ask him, ‘Hey man, do you have any advice?’ He said, ‘They asked you there for a reason dude; just be yourself.’ He, in that one sentence, allowed me to calm down. Allowed me to be myself, which I’m really a goofball. And [the movie Train Wreck] allowed me to do that on screen. Naked. He’s the reason I’m here.”