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John Cena talks about why he changed in 2003 and older fans booing him

John Cena talks about being part of The Flintstones and WWE movie and how he feels on being booed by the older fans

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A poster of the ‘The Flintstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown!’ movie

USA Today interviewed John Cena, who was promoting the Blu-Ray release of the WWE - Flintstones movie, Stone Age SmackDown, which is available today. You can check out an exclusive clip from the movie in the video below.

Here is the highlight of his interview during the promotion:

Why he turned face in 2003:

“I looked around and saw who was sitting in the audience and said, 'You know what, I proactively need to change.' And it was for the greater good.”

Older fans booing him:

“I totally get it. I don't necessarily spend my time watching programs that 6 to 10-year-old kids enjoy, so I get the need for different racy comedy and story lines. But at the same time I don't want to offend anyone in our audience so I do what I do to the best of my ability, and I actually really enjoy being able to be a real-life superhero and an aspirational character both in live entertainment and animation films like Flintstones.”

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