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Wu-Tang Fans Might Wanna Learn The Origins Of John Cena's Entrance Music

Producer Jake One says he actually made that beat for Ghostface Killah.

John Cena’s “The Time Is Now” wasn’t originally made for the WWE superstar -- or even a wrestler. In fact, the cut's producer says that the beat was crafted with a legendary MC in mind.

Producer Jake One recently told LA Weekly that he gave Cena a CD full of instrumentals to choose from at the time.

“I made the beats initially to give them to Ghostface Killah,” he said. “But I didn’t have the conviction at that point to present them to him.”

Ten years later, Cena’s still using the same entrance track. And while Jake One's profile has risen since they first linked up, Cena has become a more established figure in the music industry in his own right.

He has collaborated with several rappers, including Wiz Khalifa, Esoteric, and Murs, who had the wrestler co-star in his music video for “H-U-S-T-L-E” in 2008.

Cena has also inspired the likes of Bumpy Knuckles.

And he even battle rapped against his colleagues.

Would it be too much to hope for a "Time Is Now" remix by Mr. You Can't See Me and Ghostdini? Just throwing it out there.