John Cena’s Bizarre Barbie Avatar, Similar to Dwayne Johnson’s Tooth Fairy, Compared With 26-Year-Old WWE Star's Less Famous Look

The upcoming movie 'Barbie' has already created a buzz among wrestling fans, as it features John Cena, the 16-time WWE world champion, in the role of Merman Ken. While Cena's appearance in the film had been kept under wraps, the makers recently unveiled his character, leading fans to compare it with a lesser-known look of a 26-year-old WWE champion.

John Cena's Character in Barbie Resembles Dwayne Johnson's Tooth Fairy   

The makers of the Barbie movie recently revealed John Cena's look, which bore a striking resemblance to Dwayne Johnson's character in 'Tooth Fairy,' including a wig and lipstick. Fans, who were eagerly anticipating Cena's portrayal as Merman Ken, were intrigued by this unexpected similarity.

The Striking Similarities with WWE Champion Rhea Ripley's Previous Look

Fans couldn't resist comparing Cena's new look to that of WWE women's world champion Rhea Ripley. Prior to her distinctive short-back hair and smoky eye makeup, Ripley had long, blonde, wavy hair, a feature shared by Cena's character in the Barbie movie. The striking resemblance between Merman Ken and Ripley's previous appearance left fans amazed.

Rhea Ripley's Endorsement of the Comparison

Rhea Ripley's endorsement of the comparison between Cena's Barbie character and her past look adds credibility. This has sparked speculation about a potential romantic storyline between Cena's Merman Ken and Dua Lipa's Mermaid Barbie. While no official confirmation has been given, WWE fans eagerly anticipate Cena's unique portrayal on the big screen, supporting his venture beyond wrestling.

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