Early on, The Champ found success, and he quickly rose to become one of the most prosperous professional wrestlers of all time.

In 2002, he made his WWE debut, and things haven't looked back since.

Comparing him to The Rock's feud at WrestleMania 27 is ironic. Cena, though, routinely makes appearances on WWE shows after taking a break from his hectic schedule.

He had a filling breakfast of oatmeal with raisins and apple sauce, along with 6 egg whites and 2 full eggs, to get the day began.

A protein bar made up his second meal, and rice, vegetables, and chicken breast made up his third meal.

Smoothies made up the sixth meal. His subsequent dinner, nevertheless, was once more composed of rice, chicken breast, and veggies.

He had low-fat cottage cheese and whey protein powder for his seventh and last meal of the day.

It has 289 grammes of protein, 63 grammes of fat, and 448 grammes of carbohydrates. He has scaled back Ronnie Coleman's and Arnold Schwarzenegger's diets in the past while facing obstacles.

To get the rewards, individuals must exercise in the same manner as they eat 3613 calories every day.

To achieve the greatest results, he adheres to one of the hardest and most severe fitness regimens.