April's WrestleMania 34 brought the WWE Universe a plethora of exciting moments, as Ronda Rousey's debut on the ring, Charlotte Flair finished Asuka's unbeaten run, Brock Lesnar bloody Roman Reigns, and though it did John Cena finally faces Undertaker at & # 39; Mania . In the previous weeks that led to the pay-per-view, Cena appeared on Raw and unsuccessfully questioned the WWE legend. When the story began to wrestle with seemingly nobody, John bought a ticket to WrestleMania and sat in the audience with the rest of the WWE Universe. Towards the middle of the event, the Undertaker actually appeared, the two wrestling in a very short match and Cena was essentially crushed in three minutes.
In a recent interview with Sports Illustrated John Cena commented on his & # 39; Mania match with The Undertaker, stated that it was a message for the rest of the WWE locker room Dallas & Robo
"The Cenation Leader" said he was very excited to be a member of WrestleMania 's audience. He noted that there were concerns that he was in the audience and that the WWE initially only wanted him in the crowd for 1
He then talked about why he loved his squash match with Undertaker.
My & # 39; WrestleMania Moment & # 39; s; was spending the time in the crowd and not being good in a very short show, but I loved it because it had done the job. The focus was not on me but on someone else. Often we look at things so selfishly and ask, "What's in it for me?" Well, what was in it for me was the chance to reintroduce a WWE icon. He said that he wanted to show the WWE Universe that the Undertaker character still exists and thrives and settles all rumors that "The Dead Man" ended his in-ring career then about how his & # 39; Mania contest was a message to the rest of the locker room.
"This is a message to any performer complaining about their place or, creatively, they have nothing for them. I was first, I was in the middle, I was last. I just want to go out and do something. He went on to say that few artists share his ideology, but that The Miz is one of them, he explained that The Miz is now entering a new category and that he can not wait to see what he is doing with it He then said that wrestlers should be satisfied with every type of role they have in WWE, "even if they throw their tails in the ring"
Between his role in numerous films, including the recent Duke Nukem who appeared on Total Bellas, managing rumors of his relationship status (and some say Causing with Nikki Bella and Wrestling for the WWE, John Cena is a very busy person, but that did not stop him from making a new cartoon, and on May 30, YouTube Red released their latest original Dallas & Robo . Both the fans and the experts have complained over the years that the wrestler is too robotic and Cena explained that it is no coincidence that he now represents one.
"They [production company ShadowMachine] had an idea of this universe and wanted to be the driving force behind the robot AI component, which has something to do with the robot-like way some people perceive me, so it fits."
The show is about a space trucker, Dallas (spoken by Kat Dennings) and a cowboy-wearing robotic robot, Robo (Cena), who travel the universe while looking for work through the dangers of cannibals and navigate rival spacemen. John said he was intrigued by the material because it's a weird way to look at the current topic of artificial intelligence. He commented that he likes the role of Robo, because although he is surrounded by faulty humans, he still longs to be one.
(Attention: The trailer contains some strong linguistic and adult material.)
All eight episodes of Dallas & Robo are currently streaming on YouTube Red, and comic comic co Stars Stephen Root, Dana Snyder and Jane Lynch. John Cena is also a co-star in the upcoming film Bumblebee (from The Transformers Universe), which is currently in post-production and the busy bee he is also has WWE superstar another pre-production film, The Janson Directive in which he plays the main character Paul Janson