John Cena follows a long line of WWE superstars who have dazzled fans of professional wrestling for decades in the United States.
Born in 1977, the World Wresling Entertainment star John Cena began his career fighting for Ultimate Pro Wrestling (UPW), an independent pro wrestling organization based out of Southern California that also acts as a minor league for the WWE, "graduating" nearly two dozen wrestlers to the mainstream organization. In just two years, Cena left UPW for the WWE, making his debut in 2002 for the entity. Cena has been a mainstay since then, winning multiple championships, both as a solo and tag team wrestler. Since joining the WWE, Cena has also ventured into the worlds of film and music, even recording a rap record which charted on Billboard's Top 200.
Cena's official WWE site offers a glimpse of news, photos, and multimedia dedicated to the rapping superstar. Fans, though, have also created their own homages to the Massachusetts native, offering the above elements to other fanatics around the Internet.