Tuesday, June 7, 2011

WWE Champion John Cena vs. R-Truth at Capitol Punishment

WWE Champion John Cena vs. R-Truth at Capitol Punishment

With fire in his eyes and disdain for the WWE Universe in his heart, the bitter and psychologically unbalanced R-Truth challenges his former friend John Cena for the WWE Championship at Capitol Punishment in Washington, D.C.

After earning a non-title victory over The Champ via count-out, Truth was awarded aWWE Championship bout with Cena under the condition that he apologize for his heinous actions on Raw, intimidating and dousing a Cenation member in the audience with a beverage. Although it pained him to do so, the delusional conspiracy theorist issued a reluctant apology to secure his title opportunity.

Truth – who announced his “secession” from the WWE Universe – has boldly asserted that his past affection for his fans distracted him from attaining championship glory in WWE, and that his fondness for entertaining the little “Jimmys” of the world has yielded him little success in the ring. Giving his fans “the boot” and accusing WWE of plotting a vast conspiracy against him, Truth has gone on to vent his many frustrations on the likes of John Morrison and Rey Mysterio, and is eager to use his aggression to elevate him to new heights in WWE with his first-ever WWE Title victory over The Cenation Commander-in-Chief.

Given Truth’s unhinged psyche as of late, it’s unsettling to think that the former rapping Superstar served as a trustworthy voice of reason for Cena during The Champ’s unwilling Nexus servitude under Wade Barrett in 2010. Were Truth’s words of encouragement genuine, or was the hip-hop hothead merely using the guise of friendship to get inside Cena’s head?

A former rapper himself – once known to the WWE Universe as The Doctor of Thuganomics – Cena’s longtime dedication to reciprocating his fans’ hustle, loyalty and respect in the ring and on the microphone has hardly served as a setback as it allegedly has Truth. In spite of his successful rap album and multiple feature films to his credit, The Champ hasn’t lost his focus, attaining 10 World Championships since his WWE debut in 2002. With that in mind, Cena will no doubt be looking to knock some sense and perspective into Truth’s head at the first-ever Capitol Punishment pay-per-view.

Will “The Truth” set John Cena free – of his title? Or will The Champ give the resentful Truth a much-needed Attitude Adjustment? To find out, tune in to Capitol Punishment, June 19 at 8/7 CT, only on pay-per-view.

source: wwe.com

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  1. cena will definatly win at capitol punishment.