John Cena Apologizes To The Rock For Insults During Feud

John Cena was interviewed by The Gorilla Position to promote Bumblebee. During the interview, Cena took the time to thoroughly apologize to The Rock for his insulting remarks during their feud at both Wrestlemania 28 and Wrestlemania 29.

John Cena is still transitioning from WWE to Hollywood, and during his feud with The Rock, Cena mocked him for doing the same exact thing. Cena admitted his hypocrisy claiming that ignorance, foolishness, and selfishness were to blame for the comments he once made.

“I’m sorry and I was wrong. That’s the best thing I can do. I think my gripes were legitimate inside the WWE Universe. The WWE Universe is so dedicated and so fanatical, that they’re giving me the same comments that I once gave Dwayne Johnson because every Monday and every, now moving to Friday, when they turn on the TV, that’s their lives.

“That’s the thing they follow the most. I’m not there anymore, I’m here promoting Bumblebee. They’re gonna watch Bumblebee but it’s only like they’ll go to the movie theatre just once, twice, whatever watch it. It’s every Monday! And if you’re not there every Monday, as a viewer, especially since I’ve been with you guys for fifteen years, you now feel offended. Especially since before, I was like, ‘Hey man, where’d you go?’”

Cena admitted balancing both a wrestling and Hollywood career is a very difficult thing to do. Though he is apologetic about his comments towards The Rock, he explains that it made for good television.

“This is a very tough balancing act and it’s one, when I called out Dwayne, I called him out because of ignorance. I called him out as someone who had tunnel vision in WWE and didn’t understand the process that when you make a movie, you are not allowed to do anything else.

Because if you ruin this, if Seth Rollins puts my nose over here, I can’t film the movie. And that’s not conceded, there’s 100 other people who’s financial well-being depends on if I show up for work in one piece. So, if I stop production, that could shut production down. That cost the movie money, it hampers the success of the movie. So once again – I was foolish, selfish and ignorant but it made for awesome TV!”

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h/t to Wrestling Inc for the transcription.

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