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John Cena makes Make-A-Wish history

The Hollywood actor turned WWE wrestler has granted over 600 wishes to the children of Make A Wish.

PENNSYLVANIA, USA – John Cena is recognized for making over 600 Make-A-Wish wishes come true.

WWE tweeted earlier today to congratulate Cena on the achievement.

The wrestling company wrote, “@JohnCena has granted @MakeAWish more wishes than any other celebrity in history. #CenaMonth.”

Former WWE wrestler turned TV personality John “Bradshaw” Field also tweeted in support of Cena.

He wrote, “Very few people in history have meant as much to @wwe as @JohnCena, the best rep could ask for and an amazing human being. So proud of John and all that he is. keep doing it. This is amazing.”

Earlier this month, Cena went viral when she met a non-verbal teenager with Down Syndrome named Misha Rohozyhn. Rohozyhn fled war-torn Ukraine after his mother told him they were going to see John Cena.

To the surprise of Misha’s mother, Liana Rohozyhn, Cena saw their story and spent the day with Misha and her family.

Cena granted her first wish in 2004 and has now become the most requested celebrity by kids.

In an interview earlier this year, Cena talked about her work with Make-A-Wish. “The reason I love Make-A-Wish so much is because it’s family wishes. You can do whatever you want, and Make-A-Wish’s list is so huge, they really will. do whatever you want.” kick it with John Cena and go watch him wrestle. ‘ It was the most amazing thing I’ve ever heard in my life,” he said.

Cena also tweeted about kindness today, saying, “Being kind isn’t easy when life gets stressful. These days with all the information we can handle, almost a whole day’s worth of stress for many people today. people. I know it’s hard and I’m far from perfect. But when you can, take a breath… summon kindness.”

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