Very few wrestlers make a solid transition from wrestling to the big screen.
The first was The Rock. Now John Cena is doing everything in his power make a seamless push. While I'm not the biggest fan of the majority of his work, he has a solid fan base that follow and support him wherever he goes. I can't blame them, he's a very positive guy who constantly gives back to those who have given so much to him. Combine his big heart with a lot of fearless charisma and you may have something special.
Earlier this week we saw a bit of that Cena charisma during his appearance on the Today show.
Cena came on the show to discuss his new show "American Grit," which is his new military-inspired competition show on which teams of men and women vie for a $1 million prize.
While that was an awesome segment, one of the highlights (and odd transitions) was Cena dancing to Salt N Pepa's classic "Push It."
Does Cena dancing to Salt n’ Pepa’s ‘Push It’ make any sense? No. Does it have anything to do with pro wrestling?