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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    John Cena accidentally sent Eric Andre to the hospital after a stunt went wrong

    The 37-year-old star has revealed how the WWE wrestler turned Hollywood actor injured him while throwing him into a bookcase during filming for the new series of 'The Eric Andre Show'


    Appearing on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', he said: "John Cena did the stunt right, but we prepped for the stunt wrong.

    "That metal came over and clocked me in the head, and I got concussed. I got concussed, and I went to the hospital... immediately."

    Eric compared his injury to a classic cartoon character trope, and joked he couldn't "speak English" anymore.

    He quipped: "I had like a Fred Flintstone, like Bugs Bunny [bump] on the side of my head. They did a CAT scan, and I haven't been able to speak English since."

    Meanwhile, Cena is recently said to have got married to Shay Shariatzadeh, after they started dating last year.

    According to official documents obtained by TMZ, the pair wed on October 12th in Tampa, Florida.

    The 43-year-old professional wrestler and his significant other - who works as a product manager for a tech company in Vancouver, Canada - are said to have secretly got engaged and then filed for a marriage certificate earlier this month.

    John previously said he believes the key to a successful relationship is "appreciating" one another.

    He explained: "If I have a connection with someone, I believe we're defined by our actions, and how you treat them is a reflection on how you will treat them in the future.

    "I think when anyone has a connection with someone, and someone says like, 'Hey, there's something here, and by the way, I appreciate who you are, I appreciate who you want to be, I appreciate how you live your life.'

    "I don't think that's gender-specific. I think that's something we all want to hear."

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