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WWE star John Cena expected to visit Pakistan in July 2021

Cena is expected to attend various events promoting professional wrestling in the country. Other wrestling stars are also expected to accompany him to Pakistan.

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According to the reports, World Wrestling Entertainment star, John Cena is expected to visit Pakistan this year in July. He has accepted the request to visit Pakistan given to him by a private company.

John Felix Anthony Cena Jr. is an American professional wrestler, actor, and television presenter. He is currently signed to the WWE on a part-time deal, is the current host of Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader? on Nickelodeon and has starred in various films.

Cena is expected to attend various events promoting professional wrestling in the country. Other wrestling stars are also expected to accompany him to Pakistan. He has been presenting the WWE for the past two decades. Apart from working in Hollywood, he part-time participates in WWE wrestling matches and championships. His last full-time wrestling match was in April 2020. Since then he is focusing on his Hollywood career.

He has recently announced his return to WWE with WrestleMania on the horizon. WWE needs star wrestlers as they booked two nights for the event. There is a rumor that he has locked three years with WrestleMania, however, nothing is confirmed about his presence in the show.

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Back in 2018, four international wrestlers have reached Pakistan to participate in a wrestling event scheduled in August. The three wrestling matches will be held in cities: Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad.

The events had been organized in collaboration with the Ring of Pakistan. All the players visited the ISPR headquarters. The meeting was held at the ISPR headquarters discussed the coordination plans for the event.

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In Pakistan, wrestling is a highly popular game and is especially liked in the rural areas of Pakistan. The game of wrestling is slightly different from the western version of the game and is referred to as ‘Kabaddi’ in the local language. The local events of ‘Kabaddi’ frequently take place in various cities of Punjab.

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