John Cena: I Still Feel I Have Something To Contribute To WWE
Cena's most recent run has come to an end
John Cena says he still feels he has something he can contribute to WWE and will continue doing his best until he feelings he's 'offending the consumer'.
Cena's most recent run in WWE came to an end at SummerSlam on Saturday as the 16-time World Champion lost to Roman Reigns for the Universal Title in the main event.
The 44-year-old has previously said he wants to continue performing in WWE until he feels like the paying customer doesn't want to see him any more, but has reiterated his belief that he still has something to offer.
Speaking to Good Morning America, Cena said: ""Unfortunately WWE doesn't give a silver medal. I think I will try to do the best I can until I feel I'm offending the consumer. There's nothing like the energy of being in that ring with the audience around.
"I've had the fortunate opportunity to do a whole lot of stuff. That energy is indescribable. That place is my home. I wouldn't be who I am without it. The audience is my family - I want to be kind to them - I still feel good even though I finished second, so I still feel I have something to contribute."