|John Felix Anthony Cena|
|Born||April 23, 1977|
|From||West Newbury, Massachusetts|
Professional wrestling career
|Ring Name||The Prototype|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight||251 lbs (114 kg)|
|Billed||West Newbury, Massachusetts|
John Felix Anthony Cena (/ˈsiːnə/; April 23, 1977), best known by his ring name John Cena, a American professional wrestler, rapper, actor, and reality television show host. who started with WWE (WWF, later renamed to World Wrestling Entertainment, or simply WWE) in 2001, debuting on the WWE main roster in 2002.
From a generic character in 2002, Cena morphed into a rapper for the time period of 2002–2004, which earned him fame within the audience on SmackDown!. Cena later transitioned to his current character, which he describes as a "goody-two shoes Superman". However, Cena has been labeled as the "most polarizing professional wrestler ever" as his character has many supporters and many detractors, according to Jim Ross of Fox Sports, who also noted that Cena has been WWE's franchise player for a long-time. In 2012, IGN described Cena as WWE's franchise player since 2005 and WWE credited Cena as being the "face of WWE" in 2015 since 2004. Industry veterans John Layfield, Paul Heyman and Kurt Angle have called Cena the greatest WWE star of all time.
Throughout his WWE career, Cena has won 25 championships, with 16 reigns as a world champion (13 times as WWE Champion and three times as WWE's World Heavyweight Champion), an accomplishment only previously achieved by WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair. He is also a five-time United States Champion, and four-time world tag team champion (two World Tag Team and two WWE Tag Team). Furthermore, he is a Money in the Bank ladder match winner (2012), a two-time Royal Rumble winner (2008, 2013), and a three-time Superstar of the Year Slammy Award winner (2009, 2010, 2012). Cena has the fourth-highest number of combined days as WWE Champion, behind Bruno Sammartino, Bob Backlund, and Hulk Hogan. He has also headlined WWE's flagship event, WrestleMania, on five different occasions (WrestleManias 22, 23, XXVII, XXVIII, and 29) over the course of his career, as well as many others pay-per-view events. As of 2016, John Cena is WWE's highest-paid wrestler.