In an interview with Forbes.com, John Cena gave his thoughts on the rapping skills of AEW star Max Caster…
“He’s extremely gifted. I remember hearing him for the first time, and asking a good friend of mine to please pass his information on to me. I immediately checked out his raps, out of the blue, and I saw what he was doing was spectacular. I wish him all the best of luck, but I can’t give him any advice because he’s punching far above my weight class. He is very gifted. He’s gifted enough to rhyme to the beat live, where I kind of did my stuff acapella to let the punchlines sink in.”
“Hip-hop constantly evolves, and it constantly moves forward, and he is the better version of what I did. He’s really, really spectacular. As long as he keeps everything in realistic perspective, he shows great potential.”
Despite being one WWE’s greatest babyfaces of all time, John Cena served as the perfect voice to narrate WWE Evil. As someone who worked long storylines with multiple heels who were featured in WWE Evil-including The Miz, Randy Orton and Roman Reigns-Cena’s perspective as their babyface foil is just as valuable as any.