WWE champ John Cena grants three wishes


WWE champ John Cena celebrated World Wish Day on Monday, April 29 with three Make-A-Wish kids who attended WWE Monday Night Raw live in Columbus, Ohio.

Logan Parks of Stanton, Ky, Jacob Larson of Hutchinson, Minn. and Nicholas Santillo of Runnemede, N.J. were personal guests of Cena, who brought them onstage to make them honorary WWE superstars as the crowd of thousands cheered them and millions more watched from around the world via the USA Network.

All three “wished” to meet Cena.

WWE has been a long-time advocate of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, granting hundreds of wishes annually. Cena is one of the most requested wish granters, including actors, athletes, celebrities.

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