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John Cena’s Net Worth Has Skyrocketed Since Becoming Peacemaker—Here’s How Much He Makes

As one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time, it’s no surprise that John Cena’s net worth is so impressive. But what may be less well known to fans is just how much he makes today—plus, how much of it comes from ventures aside from wrestling.

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Cena—whose full name is John Felix Anthony Cena Jr.—was born in April 1977 in West Newbury, Massachusetts. Cena was one of five boys born to John and Carol Cena. His older brother, Stephen, was born in 1974, making Cena the second eldest sibling to their other brothers Dan, Matt and Sean. As a teenager, Cena attended Central Catholic High School in Lawrence, Massachusetts before transferring to Cushing Academy. He went on to enroll at Springfield College after graduating from the private prep boarding school. During this time, Cena played on the college football team, where he was an NCAA Division III All-American center lineman. He wore the number 54, which he would eventually use again on his WWE gear.

After graduating from college in 1998 with a degree in exercise physiology, Cena began to pursue a career as a bodybuilder. At the time, Cena also started working as a limousine driver to make ends meet. He was 22 years old when he decided to enroll at Rick Bassman’s Ultimate Pro Wrestling (UPW) Academy in California, where he trained to become a professional wrestler until March 2001. But before leaving the UPW, Cena also made his unofficial debut with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), known at the time as the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). Over the next decade, Cena would land amongst the WWE’s most notable acts alongside pro wrestlers like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin.

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