WWE's John Cena: I Can Say With Certainty I Would Not Work For Another Wrestling Company

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It appears John Cena will never become All Elite. 

The 16-time world champion has solely competed for WWE or it's development territories since he signed a developmental deal with Vince McMahon's company back in 2001. Cena doesn't plan for that to change at any point in the future and following a question at the Florida Supercon, The Doctor Of Thuganomics noted he can say with certainty that he won't wrestle for another professional wrestling organisation.  

"There's a whole like 'never say never' philosophy and I'm also that way in life because you never know what life will bring you. But, I can with certainty say no," Cena stated.

Cena's latest run in WWE recently came to an end on the September 10 episode of SmackDown, where he competed in a dark match. His last televised appearance was at SummerSlam on August 21 in a Universal Championship match against Roman Reigns. 

While he has been with WWE since 2001, Cena got his start in the industry in California's Ultimate Pro Wrestling, where he performed as The Prototype, a semi-robotic character. 

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