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John Cena Reveals His Daily “Manscaping” Routine…Because Hes a Manly Man Man.

Elizabeth Goldstein July 19, 2017 July 19th, 2017 John Cena Lifting

In case it wasn’t enough that we have hyper masculine soap marketed toward the males in our society,

or this masculinized yogurt (dare I say, brogurt?),

now John Cena is bro-ifying the language he uses to describe his lifestyle and sharing it with all of us. And of course the internet is listening, ‘cuz come on, this is John Cena.

In a recent interview with People magazine, actor and WWE star, revealed his time-consuming “manscaping” routine. It takes anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour daily, and he uses around six bottles of shaving cream every month.

Cena describes the routine in more detail to People mag. “I’m completely man-scaped from head to toe–from the ears down–so that takes a bit of time,” he states. “I’m constantly trying to stay up on fine lines in my skin and that stuff, so I’m a lot more grooming centric than you would realize. My routine is a lot more than you would think–I’d say it’s a strong 7 1/2 out of 10.”

7 1/2 what? Man points?

Though, we can’t say we’re envious of this full body shave. That is hard to maintain. Pena adds that it takes “a lot of shaving cream and a very good razor–and time…I have a lot of surface area to cover.” Okay, maybe it is somewhat impressive.

He does look very smooth…

Okay, so Cena is obviously going to great lengths to stay beautiful and smooth. This is something women usually do. He has to remind us that he is indeed a DUDE and this is not just shaving it is MAN-SCAPING. It’s all a bit ridiculous.

However, I’m gonna take this time to stop hating on John Cena, and start appreciating and respecting him for who he is. Because we all know that WWE is a bunch of men posturing and throwing each other around, and that’s all part of the fun!  And hey, John Cena does it especially well. His man-scaping routine is probably just part of the act.