The veteran WWE star John Cena is one of the biggest names in the company and he has also gained fame in Hollywood. However, his life hasn’t been smooth always and he had to go through a lot of tough times. Cena opened up about his tough life before working in WWE. Cena’s life changed after he joined WWE in 2002 as he is now regarded as one of the all-time greats in pro wrestling. Cena had previously revealed what happened with former WWE star Bray Wyatt.
John Cena recalls working as a chauffeur
Cena was not always interested in becoming a professional wrestler and certainly had a long journey ahead of him before he entered the world of pro-wrestling When John Cena was 19-years-old, he was given a job as a limo chauffeur where he would drive Lincoln town cars to and from Logan Airport. Cena stayed at West Newbury, Massachusetts, Boston.
He was preparing for a bodybuilding competition at that time. While speaking on The Drew Barrymore Show, John Cena opened up about his tough life before becoming a professional wrestler. Cena revealed how he was often late as well. He recalled getting verbally abused by the passengers:
“So I was always late, I mean late. I would pick people up two and half hours late for their flight. I earned every single expletive that I was called and I gotta hand it to passengers. They come up with some new stuff that I’d never had heard, and I grew up with four brothers.”
He is a 16-time World Champion and since 2017, he became a part-timer in WWE and has appeared sporadically due to his busy schedule in Hollywood. He last competed against WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns at SummerSlam pay-per-view in a losing effort, and hasn’t been seen since.