John Cena has been part of the WWE for over 10 years. From simple beginnings in Ohio Valley Wrestling - the company which used to be a development territory for the WWE before NXT in the early 2000s - to becoming a world star, he has seen it all in the business.
He has seen people come and go, won championships, and has arguably become the biggest superstar in the history of the company. And he has seen his fair share of embarrassing moments.
Everyone has their botches every now and then, whether it be in the ring wrestling or with the mic doing a promo, but some of the most embarrassing moments can be when you have a wardrobe malfunction, or something much worse.
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Speaking to REAL 92.3, according to Wrestling Inc, the five-time WWE United States Champion revealed that he once performed while suffering from severe food poisoning, and it didn't end well.
He said: "I had an instance where I wrestled with food poisoning. And I don't have to tell the end of this story. You kind of know how that works. I had whatever I ate come back to haunt me from the north and the south. And it was not when I was wearing cargo shorts.
"It was when I was wearing boots and tights. I just so happen to be wearing a royal blue pinstripe and Halloween orange bodied tight, so it became a modern art masterpiece really."
It's good to see the 15-time World Champion have a laugh about the incident now, but at the time, it must have been really embarrassing for him!
Cena is still on the sidelines recovering from surgery on his shoulder and has been since January earlier this year. Although he may have appeared alongside The Rock at WrestleMania 32 to beat down The Wyatt Family, he isn't expected to be back in the ring full-time until later this year, around the time of SummerSlam.
It is also speculated that Cena could have a big match at arguably WWE's second biggest pay-per-view of the year as he could be involved in a WWE World Heavyweight Championship clash against Roman Reigns.
If he was to win that match, he would tie Ric Flair's record for the most World titles in history as recognised by the WWE. A record he is rumored to break before he retires from the business.