Is John Cena Retiring From WWE? Everything We Know About the Wrestler’s Career


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John Cena was first signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 2001, but now, his wrestling career has taken a turn. Since the multi-hyphenate has taken on several different gigs over the years, fans are wondering if John has retired from the sport.

Keep reading to learn all about John’s career and get an update on his title as a wrestler.

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On July 6, John formally announced his retirement while appearing at WWE’s “Money in the Bank” event in Toronto. He began his speech by noting, “The 2025 Royal Rumble will be my last.”

“The 2025 Elimination Chamber will be my last,” he said. “And I’m here tonight to announce that in Las Vegas, WrestleMania 2025 will be the last I compete in.”

As the crowd reacted to his revelation, John continued, “Thank you so much for letting me play in the house that you built for so many years. Thank you so much always for your voice because it’s really loud, and your honesty because it’s beautifully brutal.”

After speaking to his audience in Toronto, John told a group of reporters the reason why he was stepping away from the sport: he is “physically” at his “end.”

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John Cena was first signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 2001, but now, his wrestling career has taken a turn. Since the multi-hyphenate has taken on several different gigs over the years, fans are wondering if John has retired from the sport.

Keep reading to learn all about John’s career and get an update on his title as a wrestler.

On July 6, John formally announced his retirement while appearing at WWE’s “Money in the Bank” event in Toronto. He began his speech by noting, “The 2025 Royal Rumble will be my last.”

“The 2025 Elimination Chamber will be my last,” he said. “And I’m here tonight to announce that in Las Vegas, WrestleMania 2025 will be the last I compete in.”

As the crowd reacted to his revelation, John continued, “Thank you so much for letting me play in the house that you built for so many years. Thank you so much always for your voice because it’s really loud, and your honesty because it’s beautifully brutal.”

After speaking to his audience in Toronto, John told a group of reporters the reason why he was stepping away from the sport: he is “physically” at his “end.”

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