John Cena
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"John Cena"Juan CenaThe Prototype

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West Newbury, Massachusetts (WWE)"West Newbury, Massachusetts/West Newbarnia, Mexico" (as Juan Cena)

/trainer = Ultimate Pro Wrestling

Ohio Valley Wrestling

/debut = November 5, 1999



"John Felix Anthony Cena" (; born April 23, 1977) is an American Professional wrestling/professional wrestler, rapper and actor signed to WWE. Cena is the public face of WWE, and has served as its franchise player since 2005. He is a polarizing figure among pro wrestling fans, despite playing a Face (professional wrestling)/heroic character for the majority of his career.

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What I want to do is, I want to put together a nice list of those guys who I really did admire when I was growing up, listening to names like Lord Finesse.

[Recorded in 2004 at Chaos and Order Basscamp Studios during Cena's rare breaks from the ring, YOU CAN'T SEE ME features 17 original tracks. Paying tribute to the classic two-man rhyming crews of the past, Cena and Tha Trademarc (Marc Predka) nimbly trade verses throughout the album.] You almost never hear a rap crew today working like EPMD or 3rd Bass, ... I wanted to bri.

A lot of the artists that are coming out right now are sticking to the formula of guns, drugs, money, all that other stuff. I'm not from the 'hood, I've never been arrested, I never shot anybody, I never sold drugs.

Kickin', ass takin' names, cashing checks, and breakin necks, the champ is here.

This is why it was a great day. No. 1, Snitsky didn't kill anyone. No. 2, Coach didn't win. No. 3, Coach didn't win. And No. 4, Coach didn't win.

I want to get people back on records that have been out of it for a little while, that still got crazy skills that are out there. There's a ton of people out still out there that can rip the mike and they need to be heard.

MTV don't play music no more, so I don't know if we can do that, but we're going to really try to knock it down with this one, ... It's a great song, it sends a good message. It sends that message to people that you always don't have to be a gun-totin', mean mother ... we're all human beings.

So you can go ahead and blow me.