Monday, November 1, 2010



11/1/10 in LONG ISLAND, N.Y

WWE Champion Randy Orton called out John Cena; Raw main event set.
Fired or freedom? John Cena must choose. If Wade Barrett emerges from his Survivor Series match against Randy Orton as WWE Champion, Cena – acting as special guest referee – will be free from The Nexus. If the Englishman fails, however, the reluctant Nexus member will be terminated from WWE. Will Cena really betray his principles in order to emancipate himself?

Apparently, The Viper thinks he just might. He confronted Cena, who told him that, while titles come and go, his very way of life hangs in the balance and that he’s not entirely sure what he may do at Survivor Series in three weeks. Upon hearing Cena’s uncertainty, Barrett interrupted the pow-wow. Before the situation could erupt, Raw’s anonymous GM intervened, via Michael Cole, to arrange the night’s main event: A tag team match pitting Barrett and a partner of his choosing against Orton and a partner of his choosing with Cena acting as special guest referee.

The Match:

WWE Champion Randy Orton & R-Truth def. Wade Barrett & David Otunga

True to his word, John Cena called it right down the middle. Acting as special guest referee, Cena promised not to play favorites while he officiated a match pitting WWE Champion Randy Orton & R-Truth against Wade Barrett & David Otunga.
Even though Cena did not compete in the bout, he nonetheless had a lot riding on the outcome. In three weeks, he will again act as special guest referee when the Englishman challenges The Viper in a title match at Survivor Series. This contest may have proven to be a preview of that life-altering bout.

Despite finding himself firmly under Barrett’s thumb, Cena refused to favor The Nexus once the bout commenced. Although, at one point, he appeared to lean toward his Nexus cohorts, Cena restrained himself and oversaw the bout as objectively as possible. The outcome, however, would leave his English overlord cold: R-Truth managed to topple Otunga and pin his shoulders for the win. The loss triggered a tirade from the Englishman directed squarely at Cena.

Although it was Barrett & Otunga who suffered the defeat, it may well be Cena who ends paying the price.

John Cena can probably kiss that employee-of-the-month award goodbye. Among supremely bad ideas, ticking off your boss is right up there with arm-wrestling an alligator, but the reluctant Nexus member did just that when he stuck to his principles and refused to play favorites for Nexus leader Wade Barrett.


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