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The world isn't painted in black and white. There are limitless shades of gray that help make up our lives and those of the people we share the planet with.
Simply put, life isn't as simple as a WWE storyline and John Cena isn't a real life villain for supposedly stepping out on his soon-to-be-ex-wife nor is he diabolical over rumors he's trying to put Randy Orton in an unemployment line.
While he may very well have done the former and is currently engaged in the latter, one thing that can absolutely be said about Cena is that his commitment to the Make-A-Wish Foundation is second to none.
On Monday, Cena granted his 300th wish as part of the program and spent a little one-on-one time with Jonathan Littman. Then, today, he surprised the seven-year-old on Good Morning America with a second impromptu visit.
On top of all that, Cena asked the kiddo to be his special guest for the 1,000th episode of Raw, set to go down next month on July 23.
It's definitely above and beyond what is expected from the foundation but to Cena, having been a partner for eight years, it's nothing out of the ordinary.
Eight years and 300 wishes later, Cena says meeting each and every child with a life-threatening medical condition through the Make-A-Wish is a special event.
"It felt very good to accomplish the milestone of 300 wishes," he explained. "In the same realm of Raw hitting its 1,000th episode, it truly is just a foundation. Today was a fantastic day, but no greater or less important than any other wish I've been able to be a part of."
Cheater? Maybe. Bad friend? Possibly.
But I can't believe a guy so committed to such a great cause is a bad guy.
Check out the full story from WWE.com and the accompanying video here.