REVEALED: Nikki Bella’s Boyfriend “Confesses,” Guess what He Says About His WWE Time Off

According to a report, John Cena recently spoke with Zap2It.com from the field where he is currently hosting a reality film for FOX’s American Grit.

In that exclusive interview, Cena for the first time opened up on why he actually took time off WWE for FOX’s American Grit.

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Earlier we reported that Cena wouldn’t disclose the exact reason why he taking time away from WWE. The media was bobbled with predictions, speculations and whatnot. And even WWE crew contacted Cena to ensure that the reason why he is taking time off was not due to injury, Cena noted that he was fine that he needed the time away for personal reasons. And that if he eventually opened up on why he is taking time away from WWE, the public would come to realize that he did it for a good course.

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And of course, he did it for a good course as he stated below in this interview with Zap2It.com. In the interview, Cena expressed his concern for the general WWE family stating that his ultimate presence has shadowed several talents and nearly pushed some young talents into oblivion.

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He said, ‘Man, Cena holds everybody down. He doesn’t give the new guys a chance.’ From a company perspective, as you know I hold it very near and dear to my heart, the dance floor is open, boys.”

See excerpts of the interview below:

“I’ve been a cornerstone of WWE programming since 2002. That’s a long time, it’s more than 10 years. So much so that a portion of our audience has direct complacency with me. ‘Man, Cena holds everybody down. He doesn’t give the new guys a chance.’

From a company perspective, as you know I hold it very near and dear to my heart, the dance floor is open, boys. I’m gone, let’s see who steps up. And I like that. As much as I want to try to distance myself or as much as someone who views me would try to distance myself from WWE, I’m never going to go.

Personally, and this gives me a better perspective on Dwayne Johnson’s path, you get to a certain point and you cannot attract any more fans. Essentially, my productivity from a company standpoint … I’ve done as much as I can — 15 world championships and a myriad of other accomplishments. I don’t know what left I can do, but I still want to be able to put people in the building.”

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