John Cena is one of the popular wrestlers that ever stepped into the ring.

John Cena took professional wrestling by storm.

John Cena is able to leap wresters in a single-bound.

John Cena became a favorite for his athleticism in the ring.

John Cena is a big hit with kids in the Make-A-Wish foundation.

John Cena got high marks as host of the ESPY awards.

John Cena works with a number of charities.

John Cena coming up big for the Make-A-Wish foundation.

John Cena always has time for kids.

John Cena always has a smile on his face during his charity endeavors.

John Cena is a physcial freak in the ring.

John Cena with the professional wrestling salute.

John Cena knows how to work the professional wrestling crowd.

John Cena gets a breather at one of his charity events.

John Cena going airbone in the ring.

John Cena could be the strongest wrestler on the circuit.

John Cena has all the right moves inside the ring.

John Cena is a winner in and out of the ring.

John Cena

Since his debut in 2002, John Cena has been one of the WWE's most popular and successful competitors, winning 15 World Championship titles. His success inside the squared-circle has made Cena one of the most recognizable celebrities in the country, leading to endorsement, movie and television roles. In July, Cena gained high marks as the host of the ESPY awards. Cena's lasting legacy, however, may come from his commitment to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the organization which plays a unique and vital role in strengthening and empowering of children in their battle against life-threatening medical conditions. In 2009, Cena was a recipient of the prestigious Chris Greicius Celebrity Award for his exceptional dedication to the Make-A-Wish Foundation's mission. The wrestler is the most requested and, by far, the most accommodating celebrity for the Make A Wish Foundation Cena's slogan 'Never Give Up,' is a source of inspiration for kids in the foundation and serves as a reminder for them to stay strong in the face of adversity. In 2015, Cena granted his 500th wish to an 8-year old boy from Queens, NY who was battling leukemia. "There is no more humbling experience than a child who could ask for anything in the world asking to meet me," Cena said. Cena hopes to grant another 500 wishes by the time his career is finished and be remembered as the champion of them.