WWE Superstar John Cena, nominated for DoSomething.org’s annual “Celebs Gone Good” list, visits with U.S. troops during WWE’s Tribute to the Troops, broadcast. WWE is very supportive of the U.S. armed forces including doing a special annual holiday show for the troops at one of the military bases. This year’s event emanates from Florida’s Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, and WWE welcomes military personnel and their families stationed at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Naval Station Mayport and Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base.
WWE Superstar John Cena, nominated for DoSomething.org’s annual “Celebs Gone Good” list, visits with U.S. troops during WWE’s Tribute to the Troops, broadcast. WWE is very supportive of the U.S. armed forces including doing a special annual holiday show for the troops at one of the military bases. This year’s event emanates from Florida’s Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, and WWE welcomes military personnel and their families stationed at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Naval Station Mayport and Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. Photo By Craig Ambrosio Photo Courtesy WWE
WWE Superstar John Cena, nominated for DoSomething.org’s annual “Celebs Gone Good” list, visits with U.S. troops during WWE’s Tribute to the Troops, broadcast. WWE is very supportive of the U.S. armed forces including doing a special annual holiday show for the troops at one of the military bases. This year’s event emanates from Florida’s Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, and WWE welcomes military personnel and their families stationed at the Jacksonville Naval Air Station, Naval Station Mayport and Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. Photo By Craig Ambrosio Photo Courtesy WWE

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