John Cena reveals origins of 'You can't see me' taunt
14th January 2022

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John Cena rose to prominence in WWE during the company’s ruthless aggression era, and when he developed his hip-hop gimmick, one of his patented taunts was “You can’t see me.”

Cena, who is the star of HBO’s “Peacemaker,” appeared on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Tuesday and revealed the origins of how the move came to be.

John Cena competes with Triple H during the World Wrestling Entertainment Greatest Royal Rumble event in the Saudi coastal city of Jeddah on April 27, 2018.
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John Cena at the 2014 International CES at the Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas on Jan. 8, 2014, in Las Vegas, Nevada
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“Basically, on a dare, by absolute chance, I figured this wasn’t visible enough (head bobbing). So I wanted to do this (hand moves in front of head). And the term ‘you can’t see me’ was like, well you’re not even on my level. And then like years later it overcame the meme culture and now it’s literally I’m invisible.”

While doing the media tour to promote the show, Cena landed on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and vowed his WWE career isn’t over despite not performing on a show since September.

“WrestleMania is usually in the cusp of late March, early April. I don’t know if I’m going to make it this year. And that’s a good conundrum to have because there’s a lot of good opportunity coming up, which I would love to take and if all those things line up, I don’t know if I’ll be able to make WrestleMania,” he said, via Wrestling Inc.

John Cena enters the ring at the WWE SummerSlam 2015 at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on Aug. 23, 2015, in New York City. 
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“But I will tell you and everybody watching, I’m not done with WWE by a long shot. That’s my home, I love it. I was able to go back during the summer for a few months and entertain audiences when they welcomed audiences back to arenas, so I’ve far from had my last performance.”

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