WWE’s John Cena Set to Sign Copies of Elbow Grease at Strand Books in Manhattan in April


By Jerry Del Priore

Elbow Grease
John Cena to Appear at Strand Books in Manhattan in April.

On Friday, April 5th, at Strand Books in Manhattan, WWE superstar John Cena will be on hand for a meet and greet in which you will be able to purchase a pre-signed copy of his book Elbow Grease a picture book about a little monster truck called Elbow Grease.

Plus, get a photo with the mega star, but no memorabilia will be signed.

Unfortunately, the event is temporarily sold out. However, Strand Books will add more tickets as space becomes available, according to its website.  

More on the book: Elbow Grease has a big problem! He’s smaller than his four brothers, but wants to prove that he has the guts and the grit to do big things. He decides that entering the Demolition Derby is the perfect way to show everyone that what he lacks in horsepower he makes up for in gumption.

A good guy in and out of the squared circle, Cena has granted over 500 wishes for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, an organization that grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions, according to Wish.org. 

If you’re unable to secure a ticket to the event, you can purchase a copy of Elbow Grease by clicking the Amazon link to the right — Elbow Grease. 

Please visit Strand Books’ website, for updates on the John Cena book signing event and other signings. Strand Books is located at 828 Broadway at 12th Street in Manhattan. 

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