John Cena spoke with WWE’s website about returning to his hometown of Boston to challenge CM Punk for the WWE Title at Night of Champions. Cena acknowledged a history of negative crowd reactions in Boston during his career and how he’s responded.
“I love going to Boston. I adapt well to any environment. I’ve been cheered there, and I’ve been booed there, but that’s the Boston fans,” Cena said, before addressing what he expects Sunday. “It is what it is, and Boston’s one of those interesting crowds that provides a ton of energy. I love it. I love it.”
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