Saturday, November 13, 2010


Shawn Michaels was named the number one Superstar in World Wrestling Entertainment’s forthcoming DVD set counting down the top 50 Superstars of all time, WWE: Top 50 Superstars of All Time.

The DVD’s complete 1 to 50 ranking is as follows:

1. Shawn Michaels
2. The Undertaker
3. Steve Austin
4. Bret Hart
5. The Rock
6. Harley Race
7. Ricky Steamboat
8. Andre the Giant
9. Rey Mysterio
10. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper
11. Eddie Guerrero
12. Triple H
13. Gorgeous George
14. “Macho Man” Randy Savage
15. “Mr. Perfect” Curt Hennig
16. John Cena
17. Dusty Rhodes and Ric Flair (tied)
19. Edge
20. Jerry “The King” Lawler
21. Lou Thesz
22. Terry Funk
23. Hulk Hogan
24. Bruno Sammartino
25. Chris Jericho
26. Ted DiBiase
27. Fabulous Moolah
28. Classy Freddie Blassie
29. Randy Orton
30. Pat Patterson
31. The Iron Sheik
32. Jimmy Snuka
33. Mick Foley
34. Kurt Angle
35. Buddy Rogers
36. Gorilla Monsoon
37. Junkyard Dog
38. “Superstar” Billy Graham
39. Jake “The Snake” Roberts
40. Big Show
41. Jack Brisco
42. Sgt. Slaughter
43. Kane
44. Nick Bockwinkel
45. Jeff Hardy
46. Dory Funk Jr.
47. Bob Backlund
48. Rick Rude
49. Batista
50. Killer Kowalski



Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Help John Cena Grant Wishes

More than 70 percent of all wishes involve travel, and your Delta frequent flyer miles can help. Donate by e-mailing Delta and John Cena will match up to one million miles each. Be sure to include your full name, SkyMiles account number, telephone number and your donation amount (5,000 mile minimum). (WATCH)

For more than 25 years, WWE has worked with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions. Now John Cena needs your help to continue this important work.

John Cena is one of the most requested and prolific celebrity wish granters for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Now, the WWE Universe can help him in his efforts to help make kids’ wishes come true!


Monday, November 8, 2010


Also on RAW, a few changes were announced to two of the top matches at Survivor Series. Randy Orton’s WWE title defense against Wade Barrett with John Cena will be a “pinfall or submission only” match – which means no disqualifications.



11.8.10 in MANCHESTER, England

Wade Barrett confronted John Cena; Raw’s main event announced

Humiliation. Loathing. Disrespect. These characteristics seem to be overshadowing John Cena’s true motto as of late. Case in point, Nexus’ reluctant warrior was forced to recite a cloying introduction of the group’s leader, Wade Barrett, in his hometown of Manchester prior to what the Englishman dubbed a “Championship Celebration Preview.”

Barrett led the rest of The Nexus onto the stage while addressing his fellow Brits. After heavy boasting, he admonished fellow “Nexi” David Otunga for leading the group on a losing effort at SmackDown last Friday. He then turned his ire on Cena for allowing his tag team to lose to WWE Champion Randy Orton & R-Truth the week prior while Cena served as special guest referee. Cena was then reminded that, as special guest ref during the WWE Title Match at Survivor Series, if Barrettwins, he will be free of Nexus. If the Englishman loses, however, he will fired. Cena then offered his own newsflash: Free or fired, he plans on bashing in Barrett’s teeth regardless.

Amid the rancor, it was easy to forget one critical fact: Orton would have his say. To underscore the point, The Viper entered with title in hand. Before tensions escalated, Raw’s General Manager, via Michael Cole, interrupted. The GM announced that, not only was Barrett’s premature Championship Celebration Preview canceled, to ensure a decisive victor at Survivor Series, the WWE Title Match must be won by pinfall or submission – and Nexus members will be banned from ringside.

The GM also announced the night’s main event: A 10-Man Tag Team Match pitting Barrett & The Nexus against Orton and a team of the GM’s choosing with Cena acting as special guest referee.

Wade Barrett arranged David Otunga vs. John Cena
In light of David Otunga’s perceived attempts to assert himself within The Nexus, the group’s leader, Wade Barrett, had a bit of unwelcome news. As punishment, the Englishman arranged a match pitting Otunga against his fellow Nexus member John Cena.

The Match:

John Cena def. David Otunga

For David Otunga, the cavalry never showed. Prior to his match with John Cena, the flashy Nexus member implored his cohorts to back him up during the bout. When the group paraded in, however, they were ordered to retreat from ringside by leader Wade Barrett. The betrayal left Otunga susceptible and allowed Cena to force him to tap out
Afterward, the Englishman confronted Otunga and informed him that if he does not defeat Edge onSmackDown this Friday, he will be excommunicated from The Nexus!

Team Barrett def. Team Orton

Blimey! Two weeks before clashing with WWE Champion Randy Orton at Survivor Series, Wade Barrett savored a triumphant homecoming. Commanding Team Barrett, including WWE Tag Team ChampionsHeath Slater & Justin Gabriel, Husky Harris, Michael McGillicutty and himself, the Nexus leader defeated Team Orton, consisting of the WWE Champion, R-Truth,Daniel Bryan, Mark Henry & The Miz.

With Nexus’ reluctant disciple, John Cena, acting as special guest referee, David Otunga slunk to the squared circle, causing a distraction. By the time Cena dispatched of Otunga, Miz had already gone rogue and leveled his team captain, The Viper. Barrett quickly pounced, covering Orton as Cena turned and slapped the canvas for the three-count.

In the wake of his momentous victory, Barrett was carried off on the shoulders of his Nexus minions. But was the Englishman’s hometown celebration a harbinger of championships to come, or the latest sign of his arrogant undoing?


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John Cena & The Rock Considered For New Superman Movie

John Cena & The Rock Considered For New Superman Movie

The Superman movie franchise is being rebooted in 2012 and casting is already underway for the lead roles of Superman and his mild-mannered alter ego, Clark Kent.

According to a few entertainment industry publications, both John Cena and Dwayne ‘The Rock” Johnson are being considered for the lead role in Superman: Man Of Steel. reports that the film is being executive produced by Christopher Nolan (“The Dark Knight”) and will be directed by Zach Snyder.

Aside from John Cena and The Rock, actor Joe Manganiello (“Spider Man 3,” “True Blood”) is also being considered for the part.


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