Professional wrestler-turned-actor and certified BTS ARMY member John Cena went viral after sharing a line from RM’s United Nations General Assembly speech to his millions of followers on Twitter.
Viral quote: Cena, 44, received more than 74,000 retweets and over 196,000 likes on Twitter for quoting the leader of BTS, Kim Nam-joon, better known by his stage name RM, Pinkvilla reported.
Actor and wrestler John Cena recently apologized to China for saying Taiwan is the “first country” to watch “F9” in an interview with TVBS in early May.
John Cena found himself geeking out over BTS during a recent appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.”
During the show’s episode on Wednesday, the WWE star-turned-actor was a guest along with actress January Jones.
A video of John Cena trying boba tea for the first time has the internet craving for more.
WWE followed the Lao Gan Ma-loving wrestler to the streets of Yinchuan in Ningxia region China in late September as he tried local street food.
Lao Gan Ma is so good, that even wrestling superstar John Cena is endorsing the popular Chinese chili sauce brand for free.
Those who grew up with the brand would understand Lao Gan Ma’s fame and reputation as the go-to sauce that fixes almost everything, including steamed veggies, noodles, meats, and especially fried rice.
John Cena is winning praises outside the WWE ring after professing his love for a famous chili sauce in fluent Mandarin.
The sauce, Lao Gan Ma (or “Old Godmother”), is a household name in China, sold in local supermarkets, and exported to more than 30 countries around the world.
Professional WWE wrestler John Cena offered to be the bodyguard of world-renowned K-pop group BTS.
After a hectic arrival at the South Korea airport where many fans were eager to catch a glimpse of the boy band, some members of BTS’ A.R.M.Y thought they needed additional protection.
Cena made the epic confirmation during his recent talk with Metro UK for his 2018 American comedy movie “Blockers.”
World Wrestling Entertainment is wooing China and it seems to be working.
WWE, America’s popular wrestling entertainment company, is making moves on China after signing on its first Chinese pro-wrestler, Wang Bin, in June. The 22-year-old commenced training at the “performance center” in Orlando, Florida shortly after.
John Cena, an American professional wrestler signed to World Wrestling Entertainment, recently gave a flawless three-minute speech in fluent Mandarin.
Cena, 39, represented his company during the WWE press-conference in Shanghai, China on Thursday to announce a multi-year distribution deal signed with Chinese streaming service, PPTV. The actor and reality television host, who starred as the boyfriend in Amy Schumer’s romantic comedy “Trainwreck”, delivered the address in front of audience members and media outlets.