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John Cena Shares What He Has Left To Accomplish In WWE

John Cena contemplates the accolades he’d like to reach for next in WWE.

John Cena has seemingly done it all in WWE, but there are still a few feats he’d like to conquer before he formally hangs up his wrestling boots, or in his case, sneakers. During an appearance on WWE After The Bell with Corey Graves and Kevin Patrick, Cena was asked what goals were left for him to accomplish in WWE so he could then confidently walk into the sunset.

“The great thing about WWE is, there’s always another show. There’s always something to accomplish. I think individuals tend to look at it selfishly. Can I win a 17th championship? I haven’t won the Intercontinental Championship. I want to win another Money in the Bank, I want to win another Royal Rumble. It could be like, I’d like to help Roman Reigns become a larger global phenomenon. I would like to be Austin Theory’s mentor. I would like to do as many live events as I possibly can because physically I’m able to do them, and just give the yield of trying to give whatever I have left to an audience that cares while they care,” Cena said.

‘I’m Gonna Try To Play This The Best I Can’

“I don’t look at accomplishments in a perspective of, ‘I need to win another championship, I need to do this.’ I just need a chance to get out there in any capacity. Then I want to be able to take that. Okay, what the hand I’ve been dealt? Alright, I’m gonna try to play this the best I can. I don’t think I’ll ever run out of things to possibly accomplish.”

“The sad struggle that I have every day is I’m 46, I’ll be 47 in April, and everyone is so skilled that I can’t do the things I used to do anymore. I didn’t do that much, so I also want to be able to contribute to the WWE and then walk away from it. I mean, walk away from it. Not all hunched over, not broken and beaten, but appreciative and healthy, and with a perspective of, ‘This is a great chapter in the story of my life and one that has made me who I am.’”

In this same interview, Cena also looked toward his general future in the company, expressing his hope to desire to perform in whatever may be in the best interest of WWE.

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