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John Cena's fiancee on why he won't ever retire from WWE

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It seems as though John Cena's WWE career is beginning to wind down, but that doesn't mean "The Leader Of The Cenation" is ready to be gone for good.

Cena is coming off a great rivalry with "The Big Dog" Roman Reigns, who he lost to in their massive No Mercy pay-per-view (PPV) match this past weekend. For over a decade Cena has reigned as the top man in WWE, but with Cena now breaking into Hollywood more to pursue an acting career, the WWE has been grooming former Shield member Roman Reigns to take his place as the next face of the company.

While Reigns was able to survive three Attitude Adjustments in the match, it only took Reigns one Spear to end it all for Cena.

After the match Cena appeared on RAW Talk to discuss the match-up and what's next for him in his WWE career. He has now suffered clean losses to two of the most promising up-and-comers in the WWE in Shinsuke Nakamura and Reigns. Cena got emotional when discussing his current situation, noting that he won't be retiring just yet, but things are going to change for him drastically.

Cena's fiancee and former WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella recently did an interview with FOX Sports to discuss Cena's career, and revealed that she doesn't believe he's ever going to retire (quotes via Wrestling Inc.):

"I honestly don't think he'll ever retire. I think he'll do that until his body won't allow him to. I just think, John's become more of a... Not that it's a full time thing, but he has all these other opportunities and sometimes you just need to let your body heal as well.

"What I like is last night I really felt like he passed the torch and he's found that one guy, Roman Reigns, that can really do what he does and just like what The Rock did for John and Stone Cold [Steve Austin] did for them and so last night, I think we witnessed the torch being passed on.

"It's so sad. He lost but I thought the match was one of his best and it's just crazy. He amazes me every time he goes out there. You've see him do it for sixteen years and it never gets old. He tells you a new story every week."

What are your thoughts on Bella claiming she doesn't think Cena will ever retire from WWE? Do you think Cena needs to hang up the boots for good? How much does he have left in the tank? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!

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