WWE superstar John Cena has made more of an impact than anyone when it comes to making dreams come true with the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

The wrestler turned Hollywood movie star broke the record recently granting his 650th Make-a-Wish Foundation wish come true. This was confirmed by Guinness World Records back in July.

His 650 MAWF wish is more than three times more than anyone else. In fact, he's the only person with more than 200 wishes granted.

Cena began his relationship with the organization back in 2002. To say he's enthusiastic about their mission is an understatement.

"If you ever need me for this ever," Cena pledged to the organization back in 2015, "I don’t care what I’m doing. I will drop what I’m doing and be involved because I think that’s the coolest thing."

Cena also plays a large part in the WWE's anti-bullying campaign "Be a Star."

"If I can offer a fantastic experience," Cena once said, "I’ll be first in line to do my part."

Cheers to John Cena. What an extraordinary accomplishment. It's great to see a superstar giving back to the fans.

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