WWE Shares Behind The Scenes Pictures Of John Cena’s Upcoming Movie

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WWE recently shared a series of BTS pictures from the upcoming movie ‘Playing with Fire’ which is scheduled to release on November 8 and stars Cena in lead role

Written By Adil Khan | Mumbai | Updated On:

WWE recently shared a series of behind the scenes pictures from the upcoming movie ‘Playing with Fire’ which is scheduled to release on November 8, 2019, and stars John Cena in a lead role. The movie is directed by Andy Fickman and also stars Keegan-Michael Key and John Leguizamo. The movie is about a crew of firefighters who see their lives change after they rescue three rambunctious kids. Child actor Finley Rose Slater can also be seen with John Cena in some of the pictures. 

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WWE: John Cena talks about his WWE absence

Even though he physically looks fine, the 16-time WWE World Champion earlier revealed that he can't physically keep up with WWE's hectic physical schedule anymore. John Cena said that when he turned 40, he looked in the mirror and decided to perform 100 times, despite performing 250 times a year. Later, ever that thought changed as he decided to perform just 50 times and do it well.   

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John Cena returned to WWE in December 2018 and was there till early January. The last match he was a part of was a fatal four-way match for becoming the No.1 contender for Brock Lesnar's Universal Championship. The match was fought between John Cena, Finn Balor, Drew McIntyre and Baron Corbin. Finn Balor won the match by pinning Cena and The Champ later praised Balor for his victory.  However, his latest outing in WWE was when he returned to the special edition of RAW titled as 'RAW Reunion' where he had a rap battle with The Usos.

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