John-Cena

John Cena

John  has invited Eminem to record a verse for theme song.

According to a report in wrestlinginc.com, C.J was asked about a fan-made remix of his “The Time Is Now” theme song during an interview with Esquire.

John-Cena The actor and wrestler was asked  which Eminem verse he would use if he were really adding Eminem to the “The Time Is Now” theme song.

said he would instead have Eminem write a new verse for his WWE theme. He praised the rapper and invited him to lay down a verse to his “The Time Is Now” theme, the report said.

 

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Meanwhile, Eminem joined his label’s new signee, GRIP on “Walkthrough!,” the tenth track from his debut album under Shady Records, I Died For This!?.

GRIP starts the song by walking us through his humble beginnings in the game. In the second verse, Em reminisces about his childhood trauma and the hardships he faced to come up in the world. He ends this walk-through by warning his new signee against the ruthless nature of the game.

He is world champion 16 times, New York Times best-selling writer and recording arrangement of Make-A-Wish Granter. He released a hit album, starred in blockbuster films and brought a torch to WWE since first set foot in the WWE ring almost two decades ago. If you really can’t see John Cena at this time, chances are you don’t look.

Is there a doubt for Cena will be a legend of her life today? You practically know you at a glance in the future “face who runs the place” when a muscular Massachusetts child throws down with a curt angle for the opportunity to become a true wwe superstar. Sure enough, a little cruel aggression walked away. After gaining respect from his colleagues by stepping into the Olympic hero, Cena went Supernova as a spatter doctor of Thuganomics, finally reached its peak by improving JBL for his first WWE championship in Wrestlemania 21.

Far from being surprised one hit, however, Cena set up a shop on the top of the mountain and refused to criticize, institutionalizing the open challenge policy to anyone who thought they could drop it: you want some, come. And slowly but surely, Cena – preach the ethos “crowds, loyalty, respect” – not only collecting the Battalion followers he dub “Cenation,” but also collects quite a lot of hardware to fill the home depot.