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Need a boost? John Cena’s tweets will get you through the day

Zach Brendza
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John Cena addresses the audience during the Paramount Pictures presentation at CinemaCon 2019 on April 4, 2019, in Las Vegas.

Sometimes we need to be inspired. And at times inspiration comes from unlikely sources.

How about from a budding movie star and former WWE champion?

Believe it or not, John Cena is quite the motivator on Twitter. On a daily basis, he offers some thought provoking or powerful messages.

Cena, 42, is seen more on the big screen than in the wrestling ring these days. But he still finds time to spread positivity and has granted over 580 Make-A-Wish requests. Cena is the most-requested celebrity for Make-A-Wish, according to today.com.

Some of Cena’s upcoming films include “Fast & Furious 9” in 2020 and “The Suicide Squad” in 2021.

Zach Brendza is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Zach at 724-850-1288, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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