John Cena: I couldn’t conceptualize the shift to television and screen
John Cena is a WWE legend and surprised many when he switched from WWE to Hollywood. He described his experience, and of course, it was not easy for him in those moments. In an interview with The Envelope: The Actor’s Podcast, he revealed some new details: “Of course it was, and it was a lot of failures and a lot of things that people didn’t want to see,” Cena said. As quoted. From wrestling.
“Again, I’m not professionally qualified. I have the street sense or guerrilla training in everything from marketing and promotion and branding, to performing in front of a live audience, and acting. All my education is in them. It’s from people I can learn from, not in the formal classroom, and not because I chose it as a career path at a young age.
“I’ve learned as I go. And those curves are sometimes tough, and there are a lot of failures. But if you can just go around and learn from every mistake, you’ll get better. Didn’t realize I was doing what I was doing with the character in WWE.
All I knew was that it was comfortable for me. “So because it was comfortable and because the audience knew me, I knew I knew the limits of the possibilities I could take. And I would test them. I would keep reaching far and wide.
But I couldn’t imagine a change to the television and the screen. “On his transfer to Cena, Cena also revealed” where he feels better “but he went beyond his comfort zone. Cena said “Where I found my comfort zone, Fred was parodying himself like in the movies, and joining the shows with the audience,” Cena said.
Echolog for ESPY, co-hosting the Today Show, anything. Even in front of a small studio audience, because even in a room for a small studio audience. There was an opportunity to work. “But I can do it in the Clark Kent version of the character of Superman John Cena.
And it became different, and I became a little more confident. And I think everyone has their own actions and none of them are wrong. But for me, I think the biggest achievement I’ve made is’ trusting in my abilities. You have the opportunity to say no once, and if you say yes, then you are determined. “