John Cena made a surprise appearance at WrestleMania 35, dubbing his old Doctor of Thuganomics gimmick as he interrupted a concert from Elias.
Asides from that, the 16-time WWE Champion has been seen very rarely in WWE for the last few years. Cena has been focusing on his acting career, and most recently landed a role in the Fast and Furious movie franchise.
17 years ago today my @WWE journey began. It is FAR from over and has greatly changed over the years. It has given me chances to be brave and vulnerable. Today #FastAndFurious journey begins. Fear, the unknown, growth, and maybe a haircut await. Adapt. Overcome. Never Give Up.
— John Cena (@JohnCena) June 27, 2019
Well fame clearly comes with some disadvantages, including being harassed by members of the public.
Cena has been in London recently filming for the Fast and Furious 9 movie which is set to come out in May, 2020. During his visit to the UK, “Big Match John” was filmed by Mo Deen, with the controversial British YouTube clearly trying his best to get under the skin of Cena.
As seen in the dialogue below, Cena was clearly unhappy with the way Deen was acting:
Deen: Take care, bruv. I’v got some advice for you.
Cena: Yes? Be respectful, that’s my advice for you. You asked if you could take a video, but you’re just shooting video. … maybe you should be respectful.
Deen: You know me? I’m famous. I’m famous, Mo Deen.
Cena: I don’t want to talk to you. It doesn’t matter who you are, you don’t treat anyone with respect. Treat people with respect. Thank you for asking to film a video and then filming the entire time I’m in the store. I don’t care who you are or what you do.
Cena: “Thank you very much for being respectful.”
Deen: “If you need anything, just let me know,”
Cena: “I need you, please, to ask. You’re going to use this without my permission, you’re going to use all this without my permission. You didn’t ask to shoot, you’re still filming. I’d appreciate it if you be respectful.”
While I’m sure it’s lovely being famous and all, but it can’t be nice to not be able to go into a store without being harassed and bothered by members of the public as seen in the attached above.
This video emerged just hours after John Cena revealed that he got haircut, meaning he has finally ditched the JBL-like hairdo he has donned for the better part of a year now.
Thanks to WrestlingInc. for the transcription.