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Was John Cena in the military?

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World Wrestling Entertainment superstar John Cena never served in the military. Prior to his professional wrestling career, Cena worked as a limousine driver and entertained thoughts of becoming a pro bodybuilder.

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Cena was born on April 23, 1977, in West Newbury, Mass. He began training as a wrestler in 1999 and signed a developmental deal with the WWE in 2001 before ultimately making his TV debut in 2002. As of 2014, Cena is a 15-time world champion and is recognized as the face of the WWE. In addition to wrestling, Cena has starred in the movies "The Marine," "12 Rounds" and "Legendary."

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