If you’re a fan of one of the most iconic wrestling stars of all time, you’re in for a big treat with “Hustle, Loyalty, Respect” from DK Books. It’s the literal encyclopedia of John Cena, chronicling everything from his early life, his childhood, and there’s even a look at the evolution of his character. Cena is one of the most dynamic and charismatic performers from the WWE, as well as one of the most charitable, and he garners a much deerved massive collectible book that provides everything you need to know about the man without marrying him. Delivered to fans in a hardcover book, fans are given a collectible wrist band with the book, and are allowed to read about everything Cena has been through in his entire sports career.
Along with some fine factoids, and interesting anecdotes, there are also a ton of wonderful full color photos that feature the man himself, as well as a slew of his friends and foes. Cena even devotes a chapter to some of his own favorite wrestlers and infuences, as he speaks about Hulk Hogan, Sting, and Ric Flair, all of whom had an impact on his character. He even discusses how he wore a blond flat top to emulate Sting. Some of the most fascinating tidbits involves Cena’s patented special moves which he implements in the ring, as well as what most of his attire is required of and it helps intimidate his rivals in the ring. We also get a profile of his worst rivals including Big Show, and Randy Orton, as well as Batista.
For fans that want to re-visit some of his highlights of his career, there are beat by beat looks at some of his famous and most infamous matches, and how he accomplished winning some of the major titles. Most importantly, there’s a larger portion of the book devoted to John Cena’s very pubicized and acclaimed work with the Make A Wish Foundation and how he’s managed to change the lives of many people around the world with his love and respect for the fans. Readers also garner a better insight in to the meaning of his phrase “Hustle, Loyalty, Respect,” and “Don’t Give Up,” which has become a bonafide confidence booster for terminal patients. At 272 full color pages, fans of Cena will be elated to see the tome of information at their finger tips, as it only improves on the image of the man, and proudly displays what he’s done for the WWE and charity.