Since finishing up with WWE full-time around 2016/17, Cena has been cast in several big Hollywood movies, including Fast and Furious 9.
But the worlds of WWE and acting aren’t the only things that Cena tried his hand at.
During his time with WWE, Cena also tried his hand at music, famously rapping his iconic ‘My Time is Now’ entrance theme.
And now, footage of Cena’s 2005 music video for his rap song ‘Right Now’, which came from his ‘You Can’t You See Me’ album, has gone viral again.
The music video, which you can check out below, is filmed in Cena’s hometown of West Newbury in Massachusetts.
Damn… This unlocked hella memories 😭 John Cena is the unrivaled GOAT in the ring, the movie screen, and the booth pic.twitter.com/p3wDzTXRcG— Public Enemies Podcast (@TheEnemiesPE3) May 9, 2022
Fans really enjoyed seeing the multi-time WWE Champion, who was only 27 at the time, in his element rapping.
As noted, footage of the music video has gone viral on Twitter again recently, and the reactions have been rather positive, as you can see below.
I’ll die on any hill that this song is an all time classic— tyler/malone (@tdoubIes) May 9, 2022
I was not ashamed to ride around playing that album…hahaha— Will J (@blackdawg09) May 9, 2022
I have this album on my phone and this song is one of my most played songs— Tim Fogarty (@LoneWolfT) May 10, 2022
Cena ain’t the GOAT for no reason. Bro was spittin’ 🔥back then lol— Playoff Kyle (@KRiz53) May 9, 2022
My most controversial opinion is that Cena’s album was really fuckin dope— FedBadTNF (@FedBadTNF) May 9, 2022
This officially turned me into a Cena fan— Sarcastic SoyBoy Ⓥ (@SarcasticSoyBoy) May 9, 2022
As noted, Cena is more of an actor than a wrestler right now, but has repeatedly stated that he has not yet wrestled his final match for WWE.
He was last working with WWE last year, returning for a SummerSlam feud with Roman Reigns, and has recently teased feuding with US Champion Theory when he’s next back.
As of right now, there’s no word on when Cena is going to be working with WWE again, but any potential run will have to fit around his hectic filming schedule.
For more on what the future holds for John Cena, particularly as it concerns WWE, make sure you stay tuned to GiveMeSport over the coming weeks and months.