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  • Actors: John Cena
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Unknown)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: World Wrestling Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: June 14, 2011
  • Run Time: 540 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000VS6Q36
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,802 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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WWE: John Cena: My Life (3-Disc)(DVD)

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Here we have a biography, 7 matches and a disc of John Cena's webisodes.
B. S. Windon
I Rented This DVD On Netflix, However, if You Are Considering Buying This DVD Set Do Not Get It For The Matches, As There Are Only 7 Of Them.
Umar M. Ahmad
This was a brutal and bloody match - John bled so much, his face was completely covered in it at one point.
Weather Warden <3

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30 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Weather Warden <3 on February 1, 2009
This review will automatically make John Cena "haters" give me a non helpful vote, just because I gave it 5 stars.

Why? Because I'm a fan of John. I adore the man, he's incredibly talented and an incredibly hard worker and all round nice guy. Yes, I may be what you'd call a "fangirl" but I like John for more than his looks (yes he's gorgeous, but I appreciate his wrestling abilities as well!).

This disc has three discs, all cover different things. Disc 1 is the documentary, Disc 2 is some of John's best matches and Disc 3 is episodes of John's WWE dotcom show, 5 Questions.

The documentary is very well made and informative. You learn a lot about John's childhood, his teenage years and his foray into wrestling in OVW. I found it interesting because John talks a lot about he did bodybuilding before he was a wrestler. He looked completely different to how he is now, it was a shock! But it was awesome to see a different side of him. He then moves the documentary onto his WWE debut, into his rapper gimmick and into winning his first WWE Championship at Wrestlemania 21. We keep moving onto feuding with Edge in 2006, his infamous match with Rob Van Dam at ECW One Night Stand and making The Marine. The documentary ends with John talking about wrestling Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania 23 and what the future holds for him.
The documentary is interesting and John is animated and entertaining as he takes us through his life.

The first disc also features a look at John's sizeable car collection - he collects vintage cars and shows us his collection. He has cars like a Dodge Viper, Mustang and a Camaro.

Now we move onto Disc 2, which is the matches DVD. This disc features seven of John's many matches in his career.
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Bluerabbit on February 8, 2008
First off, I want to say....I am NOT a John Cena fan. This dvd was bought for me by a friend who knew I collected wrestling biography dvd's and I have passed on this one several times simply because it was a John Cena dvd.

So with all that in mind here's is a very surprising review (to me anyway) that I though I'd never write.

Disc 1
The biography section is pretty decent but lacks a clear running order and interview segments with the man himself. It runs a little longer than I expected it to run and includes at least 2 segments that are not needed(Spinner Belt & Weight Training) and actually stop the flow of an otherwise interesting life story. The best segments are his OVW promos and "You can't see me".
The bonus section is a look at his muscle car collection and I would have to say this is pretty damn good! I'm not a huge fan of muscle cars in general but the way this presentation is put together, I actually got excited at some of the sweet rides! I do agree has nothing to do with wrestling but this is a huge part of John Cena's life and that is what this collection is about, so I welcome it with open arms as it "breaks the mold" of what these documentaries are about and this is what Cena is all about(watch the documentary and you'll understand).

Disc 2
This disc is what most people are complaining about as it is the only disc to feature wrestling matches and only 7 of them. I have no complaints as 6 of them are landmark matches of his career. Granted, there are probably better ones but these all have historical significance in Cena's life (Once again, that is what this collection is about...right?) in the WWE.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Johnson on July 3, 2013
I've been watching John cena for a long time in real life he is one of the nicest people I hear about you don't have many role models anymore this guy is outside his wrestling character he does make a wish for sick kids in the hospital the matches are great I have not seen the documentary but I'm sure it's good. Parents if u want a role model for your kids he is it but I would watch the matches with your kids to be on the safe side
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7 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Umar M. Ahmad on December 27, 2007
John Cena's Performances Have Been Disappointing After His Match With JBL At Judgement Day 2005, Which I Believe Was Cena's Last Great Match (As Far As Cena's Performance). Dull Match After Dull Match, Unoriginal Promo After Unoriginal Promo. What Happened To His Days As A Ruthless Heel Or The Entertaining United States Champion? Post Judgement Day 2005 His Range Narrowed And Let His Political Views Affect His Matches Too Much. This Way He Doesn't Have To Worry About Being Entertaining And Could Just Think He Is Like Ric Flair And Use The Fans Irritation Towards Him To Somehow Be A "Strong Powerhouse". Well He Is No Ric Flair Or Triple H, Ric Flair & Triple H Actually Make It A Point To Be Entertaining.

Anyway, Personal Opinion Aside, The Documentary On This Set Is Really Good. You Got To See His Great Career Before Wrestling And His Entrance Into Wrestling. And An Interesting Part Of His Career As Prototype (Since I Never Knew About It Before I Watched This DVD).

I Disagree With The Opinion That You Have To Be A John Cena Fan To Enjoy The Car Segments. This Is The First Time Ever Seen Something Interesting Coming From Cena's Mouth Since Judgment Day 2005. Through His Car Collection Cena Finally Shows Some Personality. I Rented This DVD On Netflix, However, if You Are Considering Buying This DVD Set Do Not Get It For The Matches, As There Are Only 7 Of Them. I Own The Later 4 Matches Of This DVD On Other DVDs, And Im Assuming Many Others Probably Have Them Already Also.

Approx. 90 Minute Documentry.

The Prototype vs. Randy Orton
OVW 1/19/02

John Cena vs. Chris Jericho
Vengeance 7/21/02

John Cena vs. Rikishi
SmackDown! 3/27/03

John Cena vs.
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