During a recent interview with USA Today to promote the new Suicide Squad movie former 16-time world champion John Cena spoke about the future of WWE, and how he hopes the company doesn’t continue to rely on “aging prospect” as their future in the industry might become less stable going forward. Hear those thoughts and more in the highlights below.
On WWE’s future:
Man, I wish there was some sort of fountain of youth where I could be a full-time contributor. The longer they continue to bet on an aging prospect, that makes (WWE’s) future a little bit less stable.
Talks his early film work and why he gravitated back towards WWE:
I used to chastise people for not working as efficiently as the WWE. And as a young man, I failed big. I was judgmental and I was apprehensive and I wanted to be back in the ring because I loved that immediate gratification.