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John Cena is no stranger to a good workout. The longtime WWE powerhouse first graced the cover of Muscle & Fitness back in November 2004, and he’s been a repeat cover star ever since. A true M&F guy, he even celebrated his 41st birthday in April with some 500-pound deadlifts. And if his social media is any indication, he’s only getting fitter.
Cena’s next match is officially set for October 6 at WWE Super Show-Down in Melbourne, Australia, where he and Bobby Lashley are set to take on Kevin Owens and Elias. But Cena’s also been teasing the reveal of a new move that he feels would be perfect for WWE Live Shanghai on September 6.
On Thursday, Cena took to Twitter to tease the new move and share a couple of photos during a gym session. He looks ready to hit the ring as far as his physique is concerned, and he’s got just a few days left until the big reveal. He’s supremely lean and clearly hyped to be back in action.
— John Cena (@JohnCena) August 29, 2018
— John Cena (@JohnCena) August 31, 2018
These new photos come after a post last week that grabbed everyone’s attention, thanks to Cena’s insanely ripped physique.
— John Cena (@JohnCena) August 22, 2018
In a recent video, Cena revealed that he’s ready to debut a “6th move of doom” based on a skill he learned while training at the Jackie Chan Training Center in Tianjin, China. He didn’t go into much detail but shared that it’s an Americanized version of a movement in the discipline of Bajiquan.
Cena also shared a Twitter video hyping up the big reveal.
— John Cena (@JohnCena) August 23, 2018
He’s been out of the ring for a few months now, but Cena seems confident that he’s ready to kick some ass.
Watch WWE Live Shanghai on Saturday, Sept. 1 and WWE Super Show-Down on Saturday, Oct. 6 on the WWE Network.