WWE News: John Cena heads to the desert for his latest project
Cena's loading his plate with non-WWE assignments
Some recent rumors indicate that the WWE Champion, John Cena wants to have a lighter work schedule in the company so that he can involve himself in some other projects. Apparently, he will appear on less number of shows and perform in very few live events. Cena wants to get involved in non-wrestling social or media based projects. The franchise boy has already started some of them with Leftfield Entertainment.
As reported by wrestlinginc.com, John Cena tweeted about getting ‘dirty in the desert’ this week and is probably filming a new project. He recently worked as the host of the ESPY Awards and after the ceremony he tweeted the following:
Take time to contemplate failure, and enjoy success, but always move forward. From the stage, to the sand, a new day brings a new challenge— John Cena (@JohnCena) July 14, 2016
Day in and day out, Cena has given his everything to WWE. After a prolonged wrestling career of more than 15 years, Cena’s decision to pursue some non-wrestling projects is completely justified.
In the upcoming pay-per-view event, Battleground, Cena will be teaming up with Enzo Amore and Bigg Cass to take out Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, AJ Styles a.k.a The Club. The rivalry between Cena and Styles is expected to culminate at next month's SummerSlam event.