"The jean shorts, for the moment, have been retired," Cena tells WWE.com. "These are military-issued camo, and I think they will stand out. I have every U.S. Military service branch represented: Army, Marine Corps., Air Force, Navy and Coast Guard. I'll be changing it up from time to time."
Cena, however, clarified that he hasn't ditched the denim completely.
"They're always in the closet," Cena said. "Maybe when they come back in style 30 years from now I'll bust them out for the WWE Hall of Fame or something."
Cena also discussed his new "Rise Above Hate" shirt, which features the logo of the anti-bullying "be a STAR" campaign printed on the sleeve.
"I wanted to make a positive statement," Cena said. "I have a varied group of loyal fans out there that will literally back me through thick and thin. I'm known for crazy graphics and colors on my shirts, and I've pretty much run through the entire rainbow. I didn't want the message to be drowned out with a graphic or anything like that, so we went real simple and put the words 'Rise Above Hate' with 'Hustle, Loyalty, Respect' on the back."
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