John Felix Anthony Cena known well by his stage name John Cena is an American professional wrestler, actor, television presenter, and former rapper currently signed to WWE. He was born on 23rd April 1977. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestler of all time and has won many awards.
John Cena has recently amazed his fans by posting a photo of a black man who looks exactly like him. The man has been identified as Brendan Cobbina who is a bodybuilder and a trainer and is based on United Kingdom. John Cena posted the photo with no caption. Many of his fans could not fail to point out the similarities on their faces. His followers picked up on the joke right away and named the man ‘Jamal Cena’. Funny enough Brendan Cobbina is aware of his look alike and John Cena acknowledges him. Doesn’t he look exactly like John Cena?
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