The Cenation Leader, who is currently on another hiatus from the WWE to focus on his movie career, revealed in an interview with Fox News that he would leave the company only when they say his services are no longer required.
"As far as the performance level it's definitely a business for the young and I am on the older side of young but I don't think I'll ever not be involved with the WWE. They will have to tell me that they no longer need my services because it is my home," the 16-time WWE world champion said.
Cena also explained that he proposed marriage to Nikki Bella at WrestleMania 33 because he considers WWE his home and wanted to share the special moment with his fans.
"It was a very public manner but the WWE is my home and I consider the WWE universe my family and that was a big, big moment in my life and I guess I just wanted to share it with my family."
He admitted that he "was the most nervous" he has ever been in his entire life as he was proposing before 75,000 people at the Camping World Stadium. Cena was apparently also worried about Bella's response and the audience's reaction.
"I didn't know that they would react in such a positive way, and I'm forever indebted to our fans for being able to allow me to celebrate the greatest moment of my life," he said.