John Cena Applauds Caitlin Clark For Using His Iconic Gesture During NCAA Women's Tournament Game

Photo: Instagram/John Cena 

John Cena, a WWE legend and mainstream icon, has responded to Iowa basketball player Caitlin Clark's use of his iconic hand gesture during the Elite Eight game of the NCAA Women's tournament against Louisville.

Cena was the face of WWE from 2006 to 2016 and remains a living legend, having won numerous titles.

Clark, who scored an incredible 41 points and hit eight three-pointers in the game, also demonstrated her ability to make plays and set up her teammates, finishing with 10 rebounds, 12 assists, and three steals.

Photo: Instagram/John Cena 

Clark's performance was historic, marking the first-ever 40-point triple-double in tournament history. In the midst of her impressive performance, Clark had some fun, taunting Louisville after hitting her sixth three-pointer and channeling Cena's famous hand gesture to declare that they could not see her.

Cena congratulated Clark on social media, praising her achievement and recognizing the impact of her incredible skills on the game and its viewers.

With this significant win, Clark and the Iowa Hawkeyes will face off against South Carolina in the Final Four on March 31.

Clark's exceptional talent and the team's determination are sure to make for an unforgettable match.

Cena's response highlights the incredible impact that Clark has had on the basketball world and the respect she has earned from legends in other sports.

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