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Who inspired John Cena’s ‘You can’t see me’ gesture?

John Cena
John Cena

John Cena is an American professional wrestler, rapper, and actor.

He is perhaps WWE’s most successful superstar. After being pushed by a gym staffer at Gold’s Gym in Venice Beach, Cena grew interested in professional wrestling.

He gained a sizable fan base after starring on the UPN reality TV show ‘Manhunt,’ and then joined the WWE main roster. He came to prominence after defeating JBL to capture his first WWE Championship.

Throughout his career, he won 25 titles and established himself as one of the greatest WWE performers of all time. He won over millions of followers with films such as ‘Fast and Furious’ and ‘Peacemaker,’ he has established himself entertainer in Hollywood.

Who inspired John Cena’s ‘You can’t see me’ gesture?

John Cena’s ‘You can’t see me’ gesture was inspired by G-Unit’s Tony Yayo.

Cena revealed to Jimmy Falon in a recent interview that Sean, his younger brother heard his WWE entrance theme song and made a similar action with his hand at the time.

He completely thought it was absurd, but when Sean challenged him to do it on camera, the WWE icon did it.

To make the maneuver more apparent to the WWE fans, Cena animated his hand signal by waving it in front of his face quickly.

Cena’s gesture struck a chord with wrestling fans, and the F9 star would continue to perform it on a regular basis.

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