John Cena has confessed that he would love to do something like Triple H in the WWE after retiring as an active wrestler. The Hunter is the company's executive vice president of Talent, Live Events and Creative as well as senior producer and creator of NXT.

The Cenation Leader, who is currently on a hiatus from the squared circle, on the Playback podcast, said that he would like to work at the WWE Performance Center and give upcoming talent some useful advice.

"I would love to do something like that and I don't even mean in that major of a capacity. I live very close to the [WWE] Performance Center in Orlando [Florida]. I would love to just go there everyday and give advice." Cena said as transcribed by Wrestling Inc.

"I love going to the Performance Center every once in a while and just giving a way left field look of, 'I know you're being told this by your coaches, I'll drop, like, some weird fortune cookie moments on them and just about-face and leave and everyone's scratching their heads going, 'what happened?'. I like that too, man. You don't have to be in charge of creativity to be around the creativity. I just love the creativity of the [pro wrestling] business."

During the interview, the 16-time world champion said that he is still waiting for his best fight to happen. "The answer to my greatest match question is always the same. It's my next one because that means I can continue doing what I love," he said.

He then said his greatest moment in WWE was his marriage proposal to Nikki Bella at WrestleMania 33. "My favorite moment is obviously when Nicole said she would marry me in front of 75,000 [people] at the Citrus Bowl."

Cena also revealed that the best fight he has ever witnessed in the company was between The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 25. "I remember the feeling of just watching this, going, 'this is the best match I've ever seen! This is the best match I've ever seen! This is the best match I've ever seen! This is the best match I've ever seen. s--t. I have to follow this."

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