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John Cena makes an unusual confession about his favourite music

He made his debut on the WWE main roster in 2002.

And 16 years later, John Cena is still lauding his involvement in professional wrestling and why he made it his ‘absolute life’.

The 40-year-old spoke with Hit 105’s Stav, Abby and Matt on Wednesday to speak about his passion for the sport and his newfound love for another pop culture mania.

 

Man of many talents! WWE star John Cena spoke about his passion for wrestling and his newfound love for another pop culture mania on Wednesday

Promoting his new film Blockers, the aspiring actor explained his love for the WWE stemmed from it being a ‘completely diverse’ organisation.

‘It doesn’t matter race, creed, colour, religion, sex – what matters is if you entertain. The people able to drum up business and entertain are compensated,’ he offered.

‘I have made it my absolute life. I don’t have a family, I tried marriage once and realised my WWE marriage was the one that was going to survive,’ he continued, referring to his failed marriage to Elizabeth Huberdeau, who he divorced in 2012. 

'It doesn't matter race, creed, colour, religion, sex - what matters is if you entertain. The people able to drum up business and entertain are compensated,' he offered of the WWE

‘It doesn’t matter race, creed, colour, religion, sex – what matters is if you entertain. The people able to drum up business and entertain are compensated,’ he offered of the WWE

‘In terms of that, I have been compensated well. I’ve been very well-rewarded, both monetarily and intrinsically. I love my work,’ he added.

The co-hosts asked John if he had any ‘secret TV shows’ he watched ‘when no one is around’.

‘If you’re asking if I have a secret thing I’m entertained by, that no one else knows [it’s] Korean pop, K-pop,’ he revealed.

'I have been compensated well. I've been very well-rewarded, both monetarily and intrinsically. I love my work,' he added

‘I have been compensated well. I’ve been very well-rewarded, both monetarily and intrinsically. I love my work,’ he added

‘The music itself, the culture surrounding the music, I literally stumbled across it by a happy accident and I began diving into it and it’s quite fascinating,’ he offered.

The well-known philanthropist revealed his favourite K-pop band is ‘obviously BTS’, also known as the Bangtan Boys. 

‘I would love to see your fiancée [fellow wrestler Nikki Bella] walking down the aisle to K-pop,’ joked co-host Abby Coleman.

‘Stranger things have happened my friend, never say never,’ he laughed. 

'The music itself, the culture surrounding the music, I literally stumbled across it by a happy accident and I began diving into it and it's quite fascinating,' he said of his love for K-pop

‘The music itself, the culture surrounding the music, I literally stumbled across it by a happy accident and I began diving into it and it’s quite fascinating,’ he said of his love for K-pop

 



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