John Cena is without a doubt one of the top three biggest WWE Superstars off all time, as the debate often ranges from himself, Hulk Hogan, and The Rock of course.
Cena has been in the professional wrestling industry since 1999 when he began doing work for Ultimate Pro Wrestling (UPW), before being discovered by WWE in 2000. Cena was sent to WWE's then-developmental territory of Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) where he trained alongside stars such as Brock Lesnar, Randy Orton, and Shelton Benjamin.
After spending two years in developmental Cena made one of the most memorable main roster debuts of all time. Cena answered an open challenge from WWE Hall Of Famer and current Monday Night RAW General Manager Kurt Angle.
Angle was at the peak of his career at the time and was in the World Title mix after having had a few reigns as WWE Champion. Cena put up a hellacious fight and even almost defeated Angle, however, "The Olympic Hero's" veteranship prevailed and Angle emerged victorious.
As he returned backstage multiple Superstars were impressed by Cena's performance and congratulated him for it, this included an epic moment with The Undertaker, who despite being a heel at the time, gave Cena his props and admitted he was impressed.
Over the next decade Cena would evolve into one of the biggest Superstars the professional wrestling industry had ever seen. He is also one of the most successful of all time as he holds a record-tying 16 World Championships under his belt.
Along with some massive paychecks for appearances on TV shows, movies, and video games, Cena has built up a fat bank account over the years due to his work with WWE.
Recently The Bella Twins uploaded the latest installment of Cena's "Auto Geek" series on their YouTube channel, in which he reveals what he purchased with his first-ever WWE paycheck - a 1989 Jeep Wrangler:
What are your thoughts on Cena purchasing a care with his first-ever paycheck from WWE? Do you think Cena could have made a more lucrative purchase with his first paycheck from the world's largest professional wrestling promotion of all time? And what are your thoughts on his beloved car? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!
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