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JOHN CENA (Danny) is far from an overnight sensation. Whether he knew it or not at the time, Cena started grooming himself for a career in sports and entertainment at an early age. At age 4, Cena held mock wrestling tournaments at his West Newbury, Mass., home. He and his friends would rip three sheets of computer paper off his dotmatrix printer and draw wrestling belts.

So, Cena's WWE debut in June 2002 was an accomplishment that he had dreamed about for more than 20 years. Although Cena grew up "dangerously close" to a wrestling school run by the legendary grappler Killer Kowalski (the school that trained the wrestling superstar Triple H), Cena never imagined he would have a career in sports entertainment. He jokes that he "thought there was a secret code" he needed to know to get into the business.

The 6-foot-1, 240-pound Cena attended Springfield (Mass.) College, obtaining a degree in exercise physiology. He was an offensive lineman for the school's Division III football team, earning All-American honors as a senior. After graduating, he moved to Venice, Calif., "just for the good weather," and took a job moving exercise equipment. One of his co-workers was training at Ultimate Pro Wrestling, a Southern California based academy. When Cena visited the school, he was hooked on the sport. He continued working 75-80 hours a week at his job, while training in the ring in his "spare time," a work ethic that has been a key to his success. All the hard work paid off: Cena was quickly signed to Ohio Valley Wrestling, the WWE's developmental territory. Today, Cena is one of the brightest young stars in World Wrestling Entertainment, and a star of its hit cable program, "Monday Night RAW,” on the USA Network.

In 2006, Cena starred in his first theatrical film, "The Marine,” in which he portrayed a Marine who after being discharged from service, is forced to use his military training to rescue his wife from kidnappers.

Cena has been featured in People magazine, Flex, USA Today, USA Weekend, and Stuff magazine. He has appeared on "Live with Regis and Kelly,” "Late Night with Conan O'Brien,” "Jimmy Kimmel Live,” "MADtv,” Nickelodeon's "Teen Choice Awards,” "Today” and "Best Damn Sports Show Period.”

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