Professional wrestler and actor John Cena surely loves his fans and he has often gone to great lengths to make them feel special. Interestingly, Cena met his 19-year-old fan suffering from Down Syndrome during his European trip.
WWE shared the video of their meet on its social media handles and it has garnered pleasant reactions from fans. The video was shared on WWE’s official Twitter handle with a tweet that read, “@JohnCena meets Misha, a teen who fled Ukraine after his home was destroyed. To motivate Misha on their journey to safety, his mother told him they were on their way to find Cena.”
.@JohnCena meets Misha, a teen who fled Ukraine after his home was destroyed.— WWE (@WWE) June 7, 2022
To motivate Misha on their journey to safety, his mother told him they were on their way to find Cena. pic.twitter.com/0Aeab4GkPZ
In the recently surfaced video, John Cena says, “When I read about Misha’s story, it reached out to me, not just Misha’s story, but the story of Misha’s mom as well. Having three days off from work right at the time when I read this story, and being an hour away by air, it turned immediately into, ‘We’re going.'” He continued, “And that means spending an afternoon building block and eating cake. That’s a special afternoon when it comes to the new friends I was able to meet.”
The WWE star greets Misha with a handshake while giving a hug and says, “I’ve come a long way to see you. I’ve heard many things about you.” At the end of the video, the boy's mother said, “John, thank you. You have a big heart.”
Well, fans couldn’t stop admiring Cena’s efforts for his fan and the tweet received a series of pleasant reactions. One fan commented, “Made me smile.” Another one said, “There isn't a celebrity who connects with his fan in a manner like Cena does, especially kids."
One user complimented John Cena in a tweet which read, “Mr. Cena is one of the most stand up, class act people. The way he goes out of his way for his fans and especially kids is like nothing else! Take the 2:41 to watch this and try not to have happy tears for Misha and his family!”
While one said, “I'm not crying. you're crying," another one commented, “John Cena is an absolute treasure & genuinely seems to be one of the kindest humans. This brought tears to my eyes.”
On the professional front, John's first film The Marine was released in 2006. He later appeared in films such as The Suicide Squad, Bumblebee, Blockers, Fred: The Movie and many others.
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