Inside WWE star John Cena's glam lifestyle, living in a £2.6million Tampa mansion and owning a superfleet of fast cars

THAT'S some life you lead, John Cena.

The WWE star, 43, will now be sharing his glamorous lifestyle with wife Shay Shariatzadeh, after the pair secretly married in Florida.



He lives in a beautiful home in Tampa worth around £2.6million, that boasts indoor and outdoor swimming pools.

Furthermore, The Prototype owns a fleet of cars including a Ford GT that now's worth over £1million.

It's no wonder Cena always has a smile on his face.

THE LAVISH PROPERTY

Cena's digs are in the gated community of Nature's Reserve in Land O' Lakes.

It is believed he bought the property in 2005, before making several changes to it.

Built across 10,692 square-feet, the mansion has five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

It was where Cena used to live with Nikki Bella before they broke off their engagement in 2018 – just weeks before they were supposed to walk down the aisle.

Despite that heartbreak, John continued to live in the home, while Nikki moved out.

And it's easy to understand why. It boasts two swimming pools – one indoor and one outdoor.





The spacious living rooms boasts a giant screen, perfect to gather his mates round to watch Wrestlemania.

If he and his pals aren't in the living room, they're in the 'Gentleman's Room' a place where he and pals will smoke cigars.

There's a guest house too, which was often seen in the Bella Twins TV show – when twin sister Brie and her husband Daniel Bryan used to stay over.

FORD STUNNER

It's no surprise that Cena has a huge garage in his Tampa place.

And he will need it with the incredible car collection he has amassed through the years.

The jewel of it is his stunning Ford GT, he originally paid around £380,000 for.

In today's market, now a collector's item, that same motor can fetch over £1million at auction.

Capable of a top speed of 216mph, it has a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 EcoBoost engine.

Remarkably, it's capable of reaching 0-60 mph in just three seconds.







And that's not all. In 2009, Cena spent around £75,000 on a Chevrolet Corvette ZR1.

He customised the motor further with chrome wheels, upgraded seats, side airbags, Bose audio, a nav system, Bluetooth, power tilt/telescoping steering wheel and leather-wrapped interior.

Then there are his muscle cars, including his favourite a Cutlass Rallye 350 that can reach zero to 60 mph in six and a half seconds and is worth around £45,000.

A fan of Dodge, Cena owns a Charger SRT-8 (around £55,000) and a customised Viper from 2006 that is thought to have cost somewhere close to £250,000, when customisation was complete.

But it's his 1969 Daytona that is the pick of the Dodges, another collector's item, it could be worth up to six-figures.

To complete his garage, Cena also has a 1971 Pontiac GTO.

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