John Cena's Pro Wrestling Mt. Rushmore Would Just Be Controversial WWE Figure
Recently, 16-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion and Hollywood star John Cena made a special appearance at Comic Con Wales.
The star of "The Suicide Squad" and "Peacemaker" took part in a Q&A session with a crowd.
One of the more interesting questions came from an attendee who inquired about who Cena would place on the Mount Rushmore of professional wrestling.
Cena initially appeared taken aback by the query and quickly responded, "That's a great question.
While you might reasonably expect Cena to throw out names like himself, Hulk Hogan, or The Rock, he actually went on to give a much more interesting response.
"I would change the monument," Cena replied, to the obvious surprise of many listeners. "I would make it a one-person statue and the face would be Vince McMahon."
Cena's reply prompted a volley of claps from audience members, many of whom appeared quite happy with the answer.
Having led the organization for four decades, the legendary business figure retired from his top post in July after coming under investigation for sexual misconduct (via New York Times).
Though the two haven't always been on the best terms in the ring, Cena has always expressed a fondness for McMahon when talking about him.