Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Paul Heyman Tries to Turn John Cena Heel

On the September 8th, 2014 episode of WWE RAW, Paul Heyman cut a promo telling John Cena how to defeat Brock Lesnar at the Night of Champions 2014 pay per view.

Heyman told Cena that he needs to give in to the rage and hatred inside of him. After all these years of hard work that Cena has put in for the WWE universe, he must be bothered deep down inside by the haters, the fans in the arena that always chant "Cena sucks, Cena sucks, Cena sucks." Heyman begged Cena to let it out and tell a fan to shut up just one time. He even gave a demonstration of what the old rapper John Cena from 2003 would do and rapped on a fan.



Cena stood there in the ring undecided. Heyman then told him that Brock Lesnar doesn't think Cena has it in him to turn on the WWE universe. This provoked Cena into almost turning heel as he took a step forward and looked like he was finally going to talk smack to the fans as Heyman had demonstrated. Unfortunately, Cena stepped back and instead told Paul Heyman to shut up. Cena then gave a passionate promo on why he would never turn heel.

Cena loves what he does. He likes being able to get kids to do their homework early so they can attend Monday Night RAW with their dad. He likes granting kids wishes and hanging out with them. This is who John Cena is. "Why would I want to give all of that up?" he questioned Heyman. Even if Cena did turn heel and beat up some haters, what good would that do? Cena said they would go running to the internet and say how bad he is.

And with that...ladies and gentlemen...is why John Cena will probably never EVER turn heel. Perhaps he can do it later on when he is much older and semi-retired or retired from pro wrestling, but not in the near future. If Cena were to turn heel, children's merchandise and ticket sales will go down and WWE's sponsors will cut off ties with WWE as they do not want to do business with a company that has an evil John Cena as its top representative superstar. If you want to see heel Cena, it might be best to just watch his old stuff from the early 2000s.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

SETH ROLLINS FAILS to CASH IN ON JOHN CENA - WWE RAW 6-30-2014 (1st Attempt)

On the June 30, 2014 episode of WWE RAW, the tag match between John Cena and Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton and Kane ended with Kane disqualifying himself and Orton by hitting Cena with steel steps. Reigns and Orton are gone offscreen fighting backstage somewhere.


Suddenly, Seth Rollins runs out and attempts his first Money in the Bank briefcase cash in on John Cena. However, he was interrupted by Dean Ambrose who attacked him before the briefcase could be cashed in. Ambrose and Rollins fight in the audience somewhere and move offscreen.

Triple H orders Kane to attack Cena with a chair, but Roman Reigns comes out to save Cena by spearing Kane. Reigns and Triple H then have a stare-off for a minute before the show ends.

John Cena remains as the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

Monday, July 7, 2014

Vince McMahon Character Quietly Retired, John Cena and Brock Lesnar SummerSlam 2014 Poster Revealed by Amazon

Rumor has it that the Mr. McMahon character might be quietly retired from WWE's onscreen world. He hasn't been seen since paying tribute to the Ultimate Warrior on April 14, 2014.

Amazon revealed a SummerSlam 2014 poster on their website which features John Cena and Brock Lesnar. This almost confirms what many fans have been speculating about a Cena versus Lesnar match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. WWE wasn't happy about this.

Read about it here:
http://www.cagesideseats.com/2014/6/27/5848494/rumor-roundup-june-27-2014-vince-mcmahon-retirement-john-cena-vs-brock-lesnar-summerslam-2014