The latest issue of Men"s Journal features 16-time WWE World Champion John Cena on the cover, và the story inside wound up revealing a lot more than wrestling fans expected. The story"s author, Mickey Rapkin, mentioned at one point that Cena was spotted wearing a hot pink banana hammock thong as his underwear while he changed outfits during the cover"s photo shoot. Cena, who was apparently in his serious, all-business mode rather than the goofy mode wrestling fans have come khổng lồ know and love, said it was strictly because they feel good.
"Picture just some poor spandex holding on for dear life," Rapkin wrote. ""Is that your underwear?" I ask, thinking maybe the photo shoot"s stylist brought it along
""It is," Cena says, with an almost smile. "More for the fit, less for the color,"" he added.
Unfortunately Cena made no mention in the interview about how his character was effectively destroyed back at WrestleMania 36. The Suicide Squad star showed up at the WWE Performance Center for what he thought would be a Firefly Fun House Match with Bray Wyatt. Instead, Wyatt transported him inside the Fun House & forced him to lớn relive his greatest career failures. The match ended with The Fiend pinning Cena after hitting Sister Abigail, while Wyatt made the three count.
Prior to lớn WrestleMania Cena sat down with Corey Graves on After The Bell, where he gave an insightful look at what WWE"s current generation needs.
"Universal popularity will never happen because someone will see it và get onto it & be like, "He seems to be getting popular, let"s stop this right now. Or, "She"s getting popular, let"s change this right now,"" he continued. "And I"ve seen it happen with guys that are really darlings of that underground crew make it, & then as soon as they make it,the rug is pulled out from under them."