John Cena being a genuinely good guy

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14 Feb 2018 00:11 - +25437
He holds the record with over 500 Make-a-Wishes fulfilled and generally does a good job of being a real life superhero for kids like this.
14 Feb 2018 01:41 - +18625
"You're next, bitch. I'm going to make your wheelchair need a wheelchair."
14 Feb 2018 00:06 - +7359
He then whispered in his ears "thanks for coming, but seriously did you like the Marine?"
14 Feb 2018 02:00 - +7299
This is a daily routine for the guy. At the end of his life, I wouldn't be surprised if the Make-a-Wish Foundation renamed itself the John Cena Foundation for how much work he's done for kids.
14 Feb 2018 02:36 - +4219
YES! This is Eyad! I was his Make A Wish Escort last night. We met Cena back stage, but this was fantastic of him to come meet Eyad at his seat!
14 Feb 2018 00:45 - +2303
A great guy/talent in and out of the ring. Legend by day, dank meme by night... LONG LIVE JOHN CENAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
14 Feb 2018 00:16 - +1869
For a second I was worried he was going to body slam that kid
14 Feb 2018 00:32 - +1681
14 Feb 2018 01:28 - +1561
Damn that roll out of the ring was smooth af
14 Feb 2018 00:13 - +1117
he whispers "you put the mayonnaise in the egg. mayonegg"
14 Feb 2018 01:10 - +605
I don't understand why the camera panned from the ref to that kid who suddenly got really happy. What's going on?
14 Feb 2018 00:40 - +549
I really could use John Cena whispering sweet nothing's into my ear right now to get through the rest of this day
14 Feb 2018 01:08 - +408
The joy on that kid's face. Wonderful.
13 Feb 2018 23:49 - +395
I want a John Cena :-(
14 Feb 2018 01:31 - +388
He dated my stepsister in college. By all reports he has always been a class act.
14 Feb 2018 02:40 - +325
I do background acting work. Not too long ago I was lucky enough to be cast in a skit starring John Cena on Saturday Night Live. I was even chosen to be his stand in. I didn’t know anything about him before that, but the whole day he was super nice and cool. He took the time to introduce himself to me and treated everyone on that set with the utmost welcoming respect. He was also a super hard worker and professional when it came to his acting. Now whenever I see him on tv or wherever It always makes me happy. This guy is the real deal. You can’t fake this level of genuine kindness. He absolutely deserves his success.
14 Feb 2018 01:08 - +220
*mom, John Cena smells like a bag of chopped onions*
14 Feb 2018 01:04 - +175
Hey, forgive my ignorance but i am not American, is make a wish only for terminal kids/young adults or is it for anyone that has been diagnosed as seriously ill?
14 Feb 2018 01:44 - +160
"Never meet your heroes" doesn't apply to John Cena
14 Feb 2018 02:05 - +71
Whispers in his ear, "can you see me?"
14 Feb 2018 02:20 - +66
I see and like all the comments about the paralyzed kid, but can we talk about that one kid in the grey shirt who thought he was gonna get a handshake? Holding his hand out awkwardly only to be blocked and denied by what seems to be security? It makes me anxious for some reason XD
14 Feb 2018 02:39 - +57
See and this is why John, no matter what, will always have a special place in my big beardy dude heart. Because he legit is one of the nicest people walking around - on top of being the very definition of hard working and dedicated. Your average Joe Shmoe WWE performer travels around 270 days per year. That's 270 days going from A to B to entertain people. Add to that gym time, media appearances, the actual wrestling they do and so on and so forth - and then let the following sink in: In June 2013 John Cena granted his 300th Make-A-Wish. In February 2014 John Cena granted his 400th Make-A-Wish. In August 2015 John Cena granted his 500th Make-A-Wish. He also finds time to shoot movies and host awards and shows and he *still* does shit like this and is that chill. You know.. back in the day he had the nickname "The Prototype". These days I find it hard to think of him in any other way but for different reasons. He embodies everything an athlete could. True real life superhero.
14 Feb 2018 02:17 - +57
"How to make a 32yr old guy who hates wrestling cry in his work truck at lunch break" Damn this guy is awesome
14 Feb 2018 01:16 - +54
This dude personifies class. Much respect.
14 Feb 2018 01:34 - +53
John Cena for President.
14 Feb 2018 01:36 - +51
Worked with him on a commercial recently, he’s such a genuinely nice guy, he’s like a massive teddy bear, really funny and talented too. Guy was playing piano between takes, which he taught himself on an app. He’s also teaching himself mandarin just because.
14 Feb 2018 02:05 - +37
You can't see me (*crying)
14 Feb 2018 01:54 - +34
One of the best role models in sports hands down, this guys deserves an award, seriously

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