John Cena Talks About Returning At Hell In A Cell, Nikki Bella & Total Divas, ADR, Doing Movies
Source: The Miami HeraldThe Miami Herald recently spoke with John Cena to promote Sunday's WWE Hell In a Cell pay-per-view. Here are some highlights from the interview:
Returning from an injury: "This one has just been about me getting back healthy, because I haven't had a match in eight weeks, I really just want to be as strong and as ready to go as possible. When you're in the element everyday and you can really be around your competition, that's when you can come up with breaking it down a little more with your opponent. This will essentially be like the first game of the season for me. It just so happens to be with all the importance of the last game of a season. I'm really excited to be back, and I really think this Sunday is going to be special, and hopefully, I can shake that Miami jinx."
His opponent Alberto Del Rio: "Anyone who can be a champion at our level deserves respect. I tend not to be the guy who runs everybody down because I've had my share of wins and my share of loses...You can't ignore the fact he's the World heavyweight champion."
Putting his personal relationship on TV with Total Divas: "That was difficult, but I'm glad I made the decision to do that, and a lot of that had to do with Nicole's influence, obviously. I really wanted the show to be a success. I truly love Nicole, and I believe in her. It was a conscience decision for me to do it. I think our viewers will enjoy the second half of the first season that's coming back in mid-November on the E! network. As the show grows, it gets better and more interesting to watch, and I think fans will enjoy it this time around."
Doing movies: "Movies are a different animal. I love the live entertainment business. I love the live sports entertainment television business. I love live television period, just because it's so honest, especially live television with an audience, because if that audience wants to say or do something, you can't hide it from the viewers. Movies are a little bit different. It takes a lot more patience to be in a movie, to make a movie, to be active in a movie scene. I have patience, but I don't know if I have enough."
Much more is contained in the interview, you can read it at this link.
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