WWE: Is John Cena dead or alive?

Nowadays it is difficult to distinguish truth from rumors due to mass media’s willing to fame themselves. This question is asked by many WWE fans: Is John Cena really dead? Read this article and learn more about it.

WWE: Is John Cena dead or alive?

Is John Cena dead or alive? At times the viral world can show no mercy, killing people before their time, which was the case with WWE superstar John Cena.

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Universal rumors

It appears like the number of celebrities victimised by death hoaxes have risen in number over the last few months. There's been a pattern of RIP tweets, premature obituaries or false breaking news updates of deaths, disseminated via social media. Among the celebrities who have been hounded by death rumours in the past were Justin Bieber, Jim Carrey, Celine Dion, and Chris Brown, to name some.

WWE: Is John Cena dead or alive?

In the case of John Felix Anthony Cena, the death rumours have made the second round. It turns out that a website had recycled an old news report.  In other words, the news item reworked a previous celebrity death hoax.

Is John Cena really dead?

One of the adages that the wrestling superstar who has "muscled" his way into Tinseltown believes in is "Never give up." Well, evidently it's the rumoured death news that hasn't let up. The recent news cited a vehicular accident as John Cena's cause of mortality.

While the trending news may be serving the perpetrators some use, fans of Cena don't find it funny at all.  Back in 2011 and then in 2012, fake death reports of their wrestling idol incurred the ire of fans. In early March 2015, viral news of Cena's death once again agitated fans, prompting individual sites to feature a video of John in a rematch with Rusev for the U.S. Title at Wrestlemania.

WWE: Is John Cena dead or alive?

People/entities fabricating death stories show not just irresponsibility but insensitivity, causing hassles and anguish not just to their targets but to their legions of fans or followers. They can learn a thing or two from the wrestler who has battled more than one fake death reports -- win clean without hurting others.

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