John Cena has always been on the top of the totem pole. Whether it’s the merch sales, the star power, or the promotions, you’ll find one thing similar in all these events. The name; John Cena.
John Cena is a household name now, everyone in the house knows about that ‘pretty little kid’ trying to live his dream.
People used to like him at first, but it settled down. They eventually grew sick of his shtick and wanted to boycott live events, due to his appearance.
Hell, the people I know find Justin Beiber better than him.
Seriously, John Cena has always had a mixed reaction. Or, as WWE would say, “Cena is a very polarizing figure in all of WWE”.
The hardcore fan wanted change. We were sick. WE HATED CENA.
So, we took the common road of booing Cena like typical IWC smarks, and I think I was wrong at it. Here’s some reasons’ why:
Cena Works Hard
Cena works hard; it’s a fact. Whether it’s in the ring, or outside, promoting, Cena puts his all. You can expect nothing less than 100 percent from Cena. He can face an injury on a day, but still would show up on the next day, due to his work, and him loving the place.
I don’t think we should hate him for this.
WWE Creative Decided His Character; Not Him
WWE Creative is the main head after all. They are the ones who choose the storylines, the gimmicks, and let’s just say, practically everything for the roster. The same happened with Cena. Then, why are we angry on him, and not Creative?
Food for thought.
He CAN wrestle
Seriously, Cena can’t wrestle? He is a former OVW graduate, and that makes me think that he does wrestle. His so-called 5 moves of Doom hold no truth. I researched and found out Cena’s moveset:
- Belly to back suplex
- diving leg drop bulldog
- fisherman suplex
- gutwrench powerbomb
- belly to belly suplex
- Thesz press
- running shoulder block etc. with the Five Knuckle Shuffle
- the Attitude Adjustment
Doesn’t look like 5 to me, does it?
The Rock also has a varied moveset he uses to end his opponents, then why the hate on Cena?
The last argument for now..
Cena doesn’t put anyone over
To be honest, I somewhat agree with this notion, every feud Cena has been involved with, the opponent comes off as weak. Hmm, as I stated, it’s WWE creative to blame, not Cena.
It’s not like he goes to Vince and says, “Hey Vince, I’m in the mood of another title reign, give me one”. No, he agrees to all that is being told to him and follows that.
And he is also promoting Zack Ryder.
You still got any more arguments? Criticisms appreciated, and compliments as well.