John Cena Again Uploads Cryptic Picture of Baseball Legend Babe Ruth as Retirement Teases Continue

Published 11/08/2023, 10:23 AM EST

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John Cena and the allure of his mysterious Instagram page always have the WWE Universe on its toes. Despite his saying that the pictures don’t really mean anything, fans just can’t help themselves but try to decipher his posts. 

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While almost every picture he posts is usually irrelevant and forgettable, his most recent upload does seem shady. The picture has set the entire WWE Universe on fire, especially after his latest loss at Crown Jewel against Solo Sikoa.

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John Cena recently entered the squared circle in Saudi Arabia against The Bloodline’s enforcer, Solo Sikoa. The spectators at the PLE witnessed a brutal beatdown of the 16-time WWE Champ as Sikoa kept scorching him with repeated Samoan Spikes. Almost four days after his defeat, Cena made a cryptic post showcasing former baseball legend Babe Ruth.

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Interestingly, the post carries the image of Ruth from his last baseball match before he retired. This has sent the entire WWE fandom into a frenzy, as this could be the first time Cena made a coherent Instagram upload.

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Even during his match in Saudi Arabia, several people chanted “Thank You Cena!” for the champion. WWE commentator Michael Cole also spoke about it and hinted at Cena’s possible retirement in the future. Is this really a goodbye message from The Leader of The Cenation?

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