John Cena is reflecting on his 18-year anniversary in WWE.
Even though John Cena hasn’t wrestled a full schedule in almost half a decade, John Cena will always consider WWE to be his home. on the 18th anniversary of his WWE debut where he faced Kurt Angle on an episode of SmackDown and single-handedly defined the term “Ruthless Aggression.”
In the subsequent years, John Cena would become the single name associated with WWE during a time without names like the Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and others. Even though John has moved on to a new chapter in his career, he took some time to tweet about the 18-year anniversary of the moment that changed his life and many lives within the WWE Universe.
Thank you for all the well wishes on the anniversary of a day I’ll never forget. @WWE is and always will be home for me. Thank you for allowing me to pursue my passion for so many years, none of it is possible without you. https://t.co/uFFmSmnEvv— John Cena (@JohnCena) June 27, 2020
The last time John Cena was on television it was at WrestleMania 36 in the bizarre Firefly Fun House Match in which he lost to Bray Wyatt and seemed to vanish from WWE altogether.