What is the hand thing John Cena does?

“I developed a special maneuver in the WWE called the You Can’t See Me. In which, I put my hand in front of my face and say ‘You can’t see me. ‘ And the reason I did this is that while we were making the album to which my theme music is on, a younger brother, Sean, was always our litmus test.

Why does John Cena put up three fingers?

In an exclusive with WWE.com, Cena revealed that it was a salute to the fans and those that had stood by him throughout his career. “It’s a salute of loyalty to those that stand by me, that have been doing it for years.”

Why is John Cena always in a suit?

He said the reason why it’s been so common to see him in costume is that he wanted audiences to become familiar with the character, and such a strategy comes from his days playing a caricature of himself in WWE.

Who invented too sweet?

KEVIN NASH: It came up during a European trip. X-Pac brought it to our attention. It was just one of those things where we got it and the five of us [Nash, Sean Waltman, Scott Hall, Shawn Michaels and Triple H] started to use it.

Is John Cena Real?

John Felix Anthony Cena (/ˈsiːnə/ SEE-nə; born April 23, 1977) is an American professional wrestler, actor, and former rapper, currently signed to WWE….

John Cena
Born April 23, 1977 West Newbury, Massachusetts, U.S.
Occupation Professional wrestler actor rapper
Years active 1999–present

Did John Cena keep the Peacemaker costume?

The Suicide Squad and Peacemaker director James Gunn jokes that John Cena stole his Peacemaker costume from set and will not take it off.

How many suits did you buy John Cena?

Cena professed to his then-partner Nikki Bella that while on a trip in New York City, that he compulsively bought 55 fitted suits at once. This was revealed in one episode of Total Bellas.

Why does Bullet Club do Too Sweet?

As a way of paying homage to the nWo, members of Bullet Club began using the stable’s signature “Too Sweet” hand gesture. The gesture, originally conceived by The Kliq’s Sean Waltman and referred to by Kevin Nash as the “Turkish wolf”, had supposedly been used by Anderson and Devitt behind the scenes since 2006.