ByJoshua Molina, writer at Creators.co
Award-winning journalist. Covers mixed martial arts and professional wrestling and the convergence of the two industries.
Joshua Molina

Wow, John Cena finally got a standing ovation.

True it was mostly teenage girls in the audience, but still that counts. Cena was finally "over" the the entire crowd. Maybe Roman Reigns can host the Teen Choice Awards next? But that's besides the point.

WWE superstar John Cena once again showed that he is the king of all things entertaining, this time slaying it as the host of the Teen Choice Awards.

Is there anything Cena cannot do? How long before this guy is actually running for president and not portraying a possible one on television? Watch for yourself.

Yep, that's Cena and Victoria Justice portraying Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. That's acting talent folks.

The opening monologue was the best, though. Justice came to the ring hoisted high in the air and trying to impersonate The Rock, which surely must have annoyed Cena deep underneath his perfect abs.

Clearly Cena was the luckiest man in the room.

Cena is a 15-time WWE champion and has recently branched out into mainstream television, hosting The Espys and hosting his own reality show, "American Grit."

He's also the star of the WWE's Smackdown, in a feud with AJ Styles.

In the past year, he has transitioned out of wrestling full-time and into the acting world. It's true that in the WWE, we can't see him. But he is literally everywhere else.