John Cena had a woulda, coulda, structural moment on Thursday's episode of the Happy Sad Confused Webcast. The actor and professional wrestler spoke with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson about the WWE feud in 2012 and 2013. “I'm selfish and I - I live WWE at this point and didn't have any growth concepts or anyone else's perspective - I took Dwayne's comments [about the business] as untrue," he said. Be there. Like how hypocritical I am because I still love WWE and I can't go all the time. And I didn't see that. I was so selfish. " Cena, who starred in the peacemaker, said he had to figure things out privately. "Instead of going like, 'Hey man, I want to try to do this thing to get you hooked again and maybe we can collaborate and really grow,' I'm like, 'Eff This, I'm looking for this dude out. It's a moment. You gave me an opening. I'm going to knock the door. “And I was diligent, and I understand why you were upset.” Cena said he didn't understand what Johnson and wrestlers like Dave Bautista were doing. “These guys are breaking down barriers, smashing ceilings, and on top of that it just transcends the art form,” he said. “I just got selfish and wanted a main event Marquee match because I thought it would be better business. That was short-sighted and selfish. It worked! But the communicative and almost It worked at the expense of two people in danger. There was a moment between us and rightfully so bad vibes. ” The two finally came to an understanding and their friendship is now in a "really good place".