John Cena Bet A Pitcher He Wouldn't Make It To The Majors. He Just Paid Up

June 28, 2019

John Cena is a man of his word.

Last week, the WWE Superstar paid pitcher Logan Allen the dollar he owed him for losing a bet.

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You see, before Logan Allen made his MLB debut on June 18, he ran into Cena at a restaurant. Allen was still pitching in the minor leagues where the competition is very stiff.

The two would end up having a deep conversation, and Cena bet him a dollar that he would not make it to the pros. Not because he wanted him to fail, but because he wanted to motivate him.

Cena attended the game in San Diego to watch Allen's pitching debut where the rookie pitched seven scoreless innings and earned the win.

The next day, Cena paid Allen the dollar he owed him from losing the bet. One he was very happy to lose.

John Cena also holds the title for the most Make-A-Wishes granted by a single individual, with over 600 wishes. See the photos here.

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