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John Cena’s Schedule Changed for 300th Wish

– Yahoo! Sports has picked up on the story of John Cena granting his 300th wish through the Make-A-Wish foundation. Their story notes that WWE had to rearrange Cena’s entire schedule to make sure it happened and that Cena is determined to grant 1000 wishes.

  • King Albert

    how is this news?

  • voice of reason

    i do enjoy hearing about any star granting a wish to a sick kid you know what if john’s wish is to give 1000 wishes then that is absolutely amazing i will never air a bad word about the make a wish foundation they do nothing but good in this world.

  • finallythekingjoinsin

    I would too. That would b a wish I would grant repeatedly

  • John Laurenitis’ Voice

    Their story notes that WWE had to rearrange Cena’s entire schedule to make sure it happened.

    This includes overnighters at Mickie James’ house night? Bet he granted wishes all night long lol

  • poko

    What does John Cena being a good person or not have to do with the WWE changing his schedule around for this particular wish? Perhaps you don’t think large corporations also use their charitable endeavors to generate good publicity, but they absolutely do. That’s all I said. Why me saying that would bother anyone, I have no idea. It’s not like I condemned them for it. It’s just the truth.

  • scooter

    I remember Cena saying it’s only recetly he’s allowing them to film his make a wishes which when you really think about it seems right.

  • yofits

    he cheated on his wife!!!!

    or did he … ?

  • Man

    John Cena seems like a really nice guy outside the wrestling world

  • Tommy

    Poko, personnaly it’s beyond publicity and money. John Cena looks like the guy who would do anything to grant wishes, which I salute.

    I rather see a press release of this than a new Bieber’s album pub.

  • poko

    Why wouldn’t they change his schedule for this? This is exactly the kind of publicity the WWE and Linda McMahon wants right now. I imagine they sent press releases everywhere.