John Cena has been the social media whipping boy among pro wrestling fans for the last five years. The Cena-hate is finally starting to dissipate and for those remaining holdouts, it is time to give Cena the respect and appreciation he deserves. This isn’t a drastic reaction coming off of his broken nose or his series of matches against Kevin Owens. This is a reaction to a...
“Wrestling is fake.” Nothing pisses off wrestling fans more than those three words. The athleticism is real. The training is real. The being on the road and away from your family for 300 days a year is real. Most importantly, the injuries are real. Fifteen-time world champion and current United States Champion John Cena found that out the very hard way last night on Monday Night...
WWE is fake. Broken noses are real. Pro Wrestling star John Cena actually broke his nose on Monday Night Raw when some guy with long hair kneed him in the face. Twitter and Vine blew up instantly, just like Cena’s nose. Check out the Vine after the jump: That looked nasty. Hopefully Cena makes a full recovery quickly so he can pretend to punch other sweaty men running...
John Cena suffered a broken nose — for real — during his match with Seth Rollins on “RAW” Monday night. Cena was hit in the face by a high knee from Rollins and legit broke his nose. Though he was bleeding and kept touching his injured face, he continued to wrestle in the match. John...Read More
I might have been wrong when I prematurely said John Cena would lose his United States Championship at Battleground last weekend. And I might have been wrong when I said John Cena would dip farther into the mod-card once he dropped the match at the pay-per-view to Kevin Owens. Evidently, “The Champ” may get another crack at the WWE World Title. All this proves, over and over...
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