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John Cena was trained by Danny Davis during his days in OVW, and Davis recently appeared on News4Jax’s “Going Ringside” podcast to discuss what it was like training the 21-time WWE Champion (all divisions). Davis said,

“Five minutes after I was introduced to John Cena, I knew he had it. Because a lot of guys who relocate and come to a different city, they need help like finding an apartment or just anything.”

He continued, “John had already found an apartment and set himself up, and he knew where the local gym was for him to work out. All he had to do was just show up at OVW. I did not have to babysit him, not one bit.”

Cena trained in OVW from 2000 until 2002 before he made his debut on the WWE roster.

CMLL General Manager Salvador Lutteroth Lomelí will be a guest at Saturday’s AZTECA LUCHA event in Chicago, IL.

You can check out the official announcement below:

CMLL’s Salvador Lutteroth Lomelí in attendance for MLW Azteca Lucha this Saturday in Chicago
Major League Wrestling (“MLW”) proudly announces Mr. Salvador Lutteroth Lomelí as a special guest attending AZTECA LUCHA at Cicero Stadium in Chicago on Saturday, May 11.

MLW extends a warm welcome to Mr. Lutteroth Lomelí, general manager of Promociones Mexico, Coliseo y Revolución, S.C.

Mr. Lutteroth Lomelí, an esteemed guest of MLW this Saturday, is a key partner in the alliance between MLW and Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). This alliance, forged in 2023, has yielded numerous crossover events, enriching the lucha libre experience for fans worldwide.

“Señor Lutteroth Lomelí has been an incredible partner in our alliance,” states Court Bauer, CEO, and founder of MLW. “It’s an honor to have him join us this Saturday as we celebrate lucha libre with an individual who, along with his family, has contributed so much to the sport.”

The Lutteroth family’s legacy in lucha libre dates back to 1933 when they introduced lucha libre to Mexico. The oldest wrestling organization in the sport, CMLL has presented the best lucha libre in the world for over 90 years. MLW is proud to collaborate with CMLL and looks forward to further enriching the sport through this partnership.

MLW Azteca Lucha promises to be an electrifying event, showcasing the finest talents in lucha libre. With the presence of Mr. Salvador Lutteroth Lomelí, the evening will be a celebration of tradition, athleticism, and the enduring spirit of lucha libre.

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