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By Mike Johnson on 2021-04-06 08:50:00

John Cena appeared on last night's edition of The Last Show with Stephen Colbert on CBS.  There was zero discussion about Wrestlemania or John being/not being there.  Cena appeared in costume as Peacemaker from The Suicide Squad with Colbert making fun of the character's helmet as they plugged the 8/6 release of the film as well as the forthcoming HBO Max series on the DC Comics character.  Cena said he was on set from the character's home in a "double wide."  They plugged today's release of Cena's two new inspirational books (see below) as well as Cena hosting TBS' Wipeout.  They also made fun of the fact that Cena and comedian John Oliver were born on the same day and year and how different physically each of them are, which has been a bit that Oliver has done over the last year.  No professional wrestling discussion at all.

Cena's two new books, officially on sale today -

John Cena's Be a Work in Progress: And Other Things I'd Like to Tell My Younger Self.  "A beautifully illustrated book of inspiration from the beloved entertainer and #1 New York Times bestselling author John Cena  "Be brave enough to embrace humility. The reward will be confidence."  For years, John Cena has been using his popular Twitter feed to uplift his followers with his unique brand of positivity. Now, he collects his favorite words of wisdom on the benefits of being bold and open-minded, embracing discomfort, and making the most of every opportunity.  Heartfelt and hopeful, Be a Work in Progress is the pick-me-up readers will turn to again and again to reap the benefit of Cena’s values.

Do Your Best Every Day to Do Your Best Every Day: Encouraging Words from John Cena. "Bestselling author and entertainer John Cena motivates and inspires readers with this illustrated book of uplifting encouragements adapted from his popular Twitter feed. The perfect gift for graduations, birthdays, and life's biggest celebrations! Hope + Effort = Making the impossible possible.  In this colorfully illustrated book of encouragements, John Cena urges young readers to be who they are, act to make the world a better place, and never stop striving.  Aimed at elementary and middle schoolers, but fun and fitting for readers of any age, John's inspiring perspective and thoughtful advice are perfect for milestones like graduations, new siblings, and other big life moments, as well as for anyone who could use a little boost.  These affirmations about growing up and moving forward are sure to help kids find joy in their efforts and achievements."

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