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John Cena has many talents — he can act, wrestle and rap — and on Wednesday’s Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon he demonstrated yet another skill: Cena plays a mean game of Mad Libs.
In a special holiday-themed edition of the Fallon segment “Mad Libs Theater,” Cena stunned Fallon with answers, including “Jimmybillbob” as a name, “falafel” as a swear word and a Rob Roy as a type of drink. When asked to give advice he would give to a teenager, Cena quoted S.E. Hinton’s classic novel The Outsiders, answering, “Stay golden, Ponyboy.”
“This is the most interesting [game] I’ve ever played,” Fallon said during the segment.
Fallon and Cena then donned knit sweaters and wigs and sat around a table of holiday crafts to act out their holiday-themed scene in which Cena’s character, Jimmybillbob, tells Fallon’s character, Winston, that he no longer believes in Santa Claus.
Cena appeared on the late-night show to promote his upcoming film, Ferdinand, the CG-animated adaptation of the story of a flower-loving bull. The film hits theaters Dec. 14.
Watch the full clip below.
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