WWE icon John Cena drops first Only Fans videos with challenge to all WWE fans: “R u brave enough?”

John Cena, the 16-time WWE World champion and one of the greatest wrestlers in WWE, has a fanbase all around the world that is not limited to within the WWE. Cena is a versatile actor and has starred in blockbuster movies like Fast & Furious 9, The Suicide Squad, and Bumblebee.

Cena is also known for his charity work with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, where he holds the record of most wish granted by an individual. Recently as a surprise Cena announced his entry in the Onlyfans, and now has officially released his first content in the platform.

John Cena releases content on Only Fans

OnlyFans is a popular online platform that allows content creators to share exclusive content material with their fans and subscribers. On February 22, 2024, in Twitter, John Cena announced his official OnlyFans account, where he wrote, “…like you’ve never seen me before. Subscribe at the link in bio. @onlyfans.”

Today on his official twitter handle, Cena officially announced his first content in the Onlyfans. He added, “New OF Video Drop More fisting than you may be ready for. R U BRAVE ENOUGH?”

Many fans were shocked and curious about Cena’s move to OnlyFans and fans joked about this with his famous catchphrase “You can’t see me.”OnlyFans was launched last 2016 and gained significant popularity and platform now has over 170 million users and over 3 million content creators

According reports, Cena’s entry to the OnlyFans is actually a marketing stunt for his upcoming comedy movie Ricky Stanicky, which will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on March 7, 2024 and is a creative way to promote his new movie and generate buzz among his fans.

Why does John Cena always share cryptic posts?

John Cena’s Instagram account will be updated daily with random photos with no captions, ranging from memes, celebrities and even different versions of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. Similarly in his Twitter, he mostly tweets inspirational messages and quotes with no context or explanation.

During his interview in Logan Paul’s exclusive Impaulsive podcast, Cena revealed the reason for his cryptic social handle posts. Cena said, “And I don’t care if you know, because that’s not the point. The point is if you come to there as a forum, you can check out the images, you can get a look into my life, or maybe you can get a look into your own life.”

He also said, “What’s most important for me: getting something out there for the people who actually pay attention to what I do, I have no idea why, but understanding that that’s important… I think social media is great if it doesn’t make your life miserable.”

Cena’s revealed that his social media posts are not meant to be taken literally or seriously and they are just a reflection of his creative and playful side.


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