The call-out started following John Cena’s Super bowl commercial for Mtn Dew when John Cena spoke with SI Wrestling.
John was asked about returning to this year’s WrestleMania to which Cena started doing some calculations for us stating: “Currently, I’m in Vancouver shooting Peacemaker, the series for HBO Max.” “Given the quarantine regulations, if I were to leave Canada, upon return I would have to quarantine for another two weeks. Essentially, that would shut production down. Strictly based on the letter of the law right now, there is no logistical way I can be there. We film now until July.”
While that may have killed any momentum of a WrestleMania moment, Jimmy Van may have found a loop-hole. Jimmy says: “Just throwing this fact out there – film and television production has been deemed essential service in Canada. Essential service is exempt from the mandatory 14-day quarantine. And so what @JohnCena is saying, isn’t entirely accurate.”
Conspiracy theories such as these can be fun to think about from time to time, but it seems that Cena is adamant that he will not be attending this years WrestleMania. Cena also seemed irked at thinking too hard about anything that has to do with his WWE career. Like many WWE superstars that get into acting, it seems that John really enjoys the Hollywood life, possibly even more-so than the wrestling life.
Just throwing this fact out there – film and television production has been deemed essential service in Canada. Essential service is exempt from the mandatory 14-day quarantine. And so what @JohnCena is saying, isn't entirely accurate.https://t.co/ORAdnj0Jny
— Jimmy Van (@jimmyvan74) February 12, 2021