John Cena Slams Ford In $500k Supercar War ... You Suck at Paperwork!

Doris Richards
February 15, 2018

As noted back in November, Ford is reportedly suing John Cena for selling his 2017 Ford GT (reportedly paying $460,000), which violated a contract with the auto company. The reason: according to Cena, the final contract with Ford that he signed never contained any clause forbidding the car's resale within 24 months of taking ownership.

According to TMZ Sports, John Cena, via documents filed in a MI district court, claims he has done nothing wrong. Ford claims Cena broke the rules and flipped his ride for a profit.

Ford claims that Cena signed a contract that in which he agreed that he would not sell the vehicle for at least 2 years. Ford says that his resale of the auto was "unauthorized" and that it caused "loss of brand value, ambassador activity, and customer goodwill due to the improper sale". They then go on to report that Cena said it was truly Ford's fault for not including the clause in the final contract and that he shouldn't be punished just because they "suck at paperwork".

Apparently Cena sold the auto to pay for "expenses", but as his application to buy the GT in the first place states, he was an avid vehicle collector, and owned, amongst others, a 2006 GT (above) - so why not sell something else?

This began when Ford sued John Cena for selling his $500,000 2017 Ford GT.

We will keep you updated as this situation develops.

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