John Cena Sets New Record With Make A Wish Foundation: Grants His 650th Wish

This year, John Cena broke a record, but it had nothing to do with Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). With the number of wishes he has granted through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, he broke a previous global record. 650 of his most recent record-breaking requests have been granted. Does the fact that John Cena broke a record.

while competing against himself diminish its significance? Don’t be misled; when viewed in the context, this record-breaking number is even more impressive. More than 340,000 children with life-threatening illnesses have benefited from the more than 40 years of operation of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Children between the ages of two and a half and 18 can choose to travel to an event, meet a celebrity, or offer a gift as part of the foundation’s wish-granting programme. According to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, studies have shown that kids who get their wishes fulfilled can develop the physical and emotional fortitude they require to battle a serious disease.

A wish can turn sadness into joy, anxiety into hope, and fear into confidence. He started fulfilling wishes in 2002, the same year John Cena joined the WWE. When asked, Cena reportedly said to the foundation, I don’t care what I’m doing, I will drop what I’m doing and be engaged because I believe that’s the coolest thing. He just fulfilled his 650th request, which was granted 20 years later.The Guinness Book of World Records acknowledged the achievement in a statement to National Public Radio (NPR), adding, We’re happy to recognize John Cena and his work with the Make-A-Wish foundation. When John Cena granted his 500th wish in 2015, he broke the previous record. In a tribute video uploaded to YouTube, he expressed his enthusiasm for the cause. I really want to show the kids that it’s their day, Cena added, and I can’t express how awesome it is to see the kids and their families so happy.

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