John Cena admits to getting 'accidental boner' during WWE wrestling matches

John Cena admits to getting 'accidental boner' during WWE wrestling matches

John Cena has very openly admitted to getting 'accidental boners' in WWE wrestling matches during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

The x-rated revelation came about when the WWE champ was asked (via a fan email) if he had "ever gotten an accidental boner during a wrestling match?"

Cena responded without hesitation, "It's something the body does, you just ignore it. Just ignore it. It's what the body does. You can't be blamed for that."

Watch the hilarious moment the legendary wrestler reveals that he has indeed gotten an accidental erection during a match:

And that certainly wasn't the only intimate piece of information we learned about the 16-time world champion during his appearance on the Bravo show.

Indeed, Cena was also asked to address the rumours that he spends up to half an hour a day shaving his body, to which he responded that it sometimes takes him even longer.

"There’s a lot of body," he said.

Later in the show, Cena reflected on his future in wrestling and he confessed that after a 20-year career, he finds it difficult to imagine a life without it.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 10: Professional wrestler and author John Cena attends a signing event for his new children's book 'Elbow Grease' at Barnes Credit: Getty

The 42-year-old was asked if he has plans to retire, to which he said, "That's a tough question because I don't think I'll ever be disconnected from the WWE.

He continued: "I think whether it's an on-camera role or an off-camera role, I don't think the word 'retire', I'll ever use that."

Re-live Cena's emotional breakup with long-term girlfriend Nikki Bella:

"So I know that time is limited because it's a physical, performance-based thing, and I'm 42, so I know that window is kind of coming to a close, but I don't think I'll ever be retired."

"I would love to be able to pass on the knowledge and wisdom that I have about live performances to up-and-comers and hopefully help people out."