John Cena Reaches Impressive Settlement With Ford Outside Court

The Ford GT has 647 hp and a top speed of 216 mph

Cena, however, held onto the vehicle for a very short time, receiving it in late September 2017 and selling it in October - and then getting sued by Ford in November, Ford sued him, seeking damages of $75,000. Ford will reportedly receive an undisclosed settlement amount from Cena and they will donate that money to charity.

During a recent interview with Give Me Sport, WWE COO Triple H and fellow WWE veteran Shawn Michaels discussed a host of wrestling related topics, including the possibility of John Cena wrestling in WWE's developmental brand NXT, sometime down the line, in the near future.

Cena reportedly put in his application that the GT would go "to an owner who truly deserved it and would care properly for the auto".

"I can't afford his pay on my NXT budget, I just really can't seem to hit John Cena's level of payoff, but we'll work on it if he wants to take a pay cut", Triple H joked. After he unloaded the $450,000 automobile, the Ford Motor Company certainly saw John Cena and filed a lawsuit against him in November.

Ford, which only produced 250 of the supercars a year and carefully selected buyers out of thousands of applicants based on whether they were past Ford buyers or celebrities, was seeking damages "in excess of $75,000".

Professional wrestler John Cena has settled a lawsuit filed by Ford over his resale of the exclusive GT supercar.

A German sports auto collector was out enjoying his Ford GT with his son over the weekend when fire consumed about half the vehicle. In February, Cena asked a judge to dismiss the lawsuit Ford filed.

The motion to dismiss stated: "Ford's selling dealer included no resale restriction in the sales agreement, and Ford, therefore, can not state any cause of action against Cena arising from Cena's resale of the subject vehicle".

"Ford settles suit with John Cena over sold GT supercar" was originally published by Automtoive News on 6/19.

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