-- KDOC-TV in Los Angeles will debut NWA Championship Wrestling from Hollywood on Friday 9/17 with a one hour special about the history of the NWA.
-- The Philadelphia Inquirer has an interview up with Cena about the film. He was also asked where the best and worst places to wrestle are. Here's what he said: "I'm not going to be specific geographically, but the best crowds to wrestle in front of are the WWE live events and the television broadcasts. And the worst are the pay-per-view events, the tickets are more coveted, it's like superfans going to a baseball game. You really have to knock their socks off. The audience is slightly more jaded than your average WWE live event."
-- The Boston Herald gave Legendary a C and said Cena was "surprisingly low key."
-- Here's a video of John Cena talking about doing movies, the creative process, and more.
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