Friday, February 25, 2011


In an interview with, TNA Star Hulk Hogan had the following to say on The Rock's return speech which he believes destroyed John Cena's reputation:

"They've spent so much time building John Cena up," Hogan said. "There's a way to really build somebody up, but all of a sudden within three or four seconds, he had the whole arena screaming that Cena sucks."

"Sometimes I don't understand the philosophy. John Cena is going to be there all the time. Even though The Rock said he's back, he's only back for one day. He's not going to be there wrestling every single day like John Cena is, really holding it down and really keeping it real. All that stuff is scripted. They had Stephanie McMahon and the writers telling The Rock exactly what to say. I just didn't understand why they would want to destroy Cena so quickly."


Cena’s Tag Title History

John Cena's Tag Title History!
On Monday’s episode of WWE RAW, John Cena catpured the WWE tag titles and had a very brief title run with WrestleMania 27 opponent The Miz. It’s interesting to note that out of the four times that John Cena has held the WWE Tag Team Titles, every one of his title reigns has been with a partner that he’s feuding with at the time. with someone he was feuding with at that time.

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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Press Release: WWE Lands Major TV Clearance In Brazil

WWE released the following press release on Tuesday announcing a major new TV clearance in Brazil:

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)– WWE Inc. (NYSE:WWE – News) and Esporte Interativo today announced a one year agreement which will bring WWE’s weekly flagship TV show WWE Raw® to Brazilian Free TV beginning in March 2011.

Launching on March 2 at 10pm, Brazil’s biggest sports channel Esporte Interativo will bring the global entertainment company’s longest-running TV program to more than 33 million television households across Brazil.

WWE Raw is a unique form of entertainment featuring WWE Superstars Triple H®, John Cena®, Randy Orton®, The Miz™, Sheamus™, CM Punk® and many more. Viewers can tune in to watch all the excitement unfold every week on Esporte Interativo channels: 36 (Sao Paulo), 9 (Sao Jose dos Campos), 26 (Campinas), 58 (Mogi das Cruzes) and 43 (Santos), as well as with Oi TV (515) and Via Embratel (48).

According to Mauricio Portela, Production Vice President for Esporte Interativo, this deal is part of the channel’s strategy to expand and diversify the content of the program schedule. “We are investing in new attractions and planning varied programming. WWE programming was consistently requested among our viewers and we are delighted to be able to deliver WWE Raw to our viewers,” said Portela.

Announcing the deal, Andrew Whitaker, Executive Vice President of International for WWE, said “This new agreement is part of WWE’s further extension into Latin America with Brazil being the linchpin. We look forward to working with Esporte Interativo in bringing the WWE brand to viewers in Brazil.”


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RAW went off air 2/21/2011

After Monday’s RAW went off the air, John Cena and Randy Orton beat The Miz and CM Punk in the dark main event.

Jerry Lawler ended up chasing off special referee Michael Cole.

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JR talks about John Cena Battle Rap.

Regarding John Cena’s battle rap diss of The Rock, Jim Ross wrote:

“I thought Cena’s response to Rock was one of the best Cena promos in ages. Really enjoyed it.”

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Cena mentions Miz on Twitter & More

- John Cena tweeted the following on Monday night about The Rock, The Miz and Monday’s RAW:

“CeNation. Handle bizz on sunday…check …let rock know im not a pushover…check…win tag titles…check…realize how much of a self centered egotistical rat bastard dowsh bag the miz is…..check. yer in my sights now kid. The world will soon know if u got it or u don’t. Other than that I had a blast tonight. Fresno was ON FIRE!”

- Although the war of words between John Cena and The Rock is heating up by the week, there are no immediate plans for the two of them to have a match. The door is still open for John Cena and The Rock to have a “dream match” down the road, possibly at next year’s WrestleMania 27, but at this time, there are no plans for The Rock to wrestle another match in WWE.

That said, chances are good that we’ll see The Rock get physically involved at WrestleMania in some capacity.

- WWE’s official website is acknowledging the rapid-fire tag title changes from Monday’s RAW. For those who missed it, John Cena and The Miz captured the tag titles from Justin Gabriel. CORRE leader Wade Barrett said he wanted to invoke Slater and Gabriel’s rematch clause right then and there, which the anonymous RAW General Manager approved. Slater and Gabriel re-captured the belts after The Miz turned on John Cena.

The WWE website lists Slater and Gabriel as 3-time tag team champions.


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Former WWE Writers Discuss The Cena-Miz-Rock Feud

Former WWE Writers Discuss The Cena-Miz-Rock Feud

Former WWE writers Seth Mates and Dave Lagana have shared their ideas on the current feud between John Cena and The Rock.

- Dave Lagana has updated his blog with a blog talking about John Cena’s battle rap from RAW where he responded to The Rock’s recent insults towards him. Lagana talks about:

- How John Cena needed to get his “edge” back to combat the Rock
- Why rapping every so often will keeps the haters off Cena’s back.
- How the Cena rap character was discovered andy why it worked.
- Favorite Cena raps of the 2002-2005 era
- The rap that not a lot of people saw but set the tone for Cena as

- Meanwhile, former creative team member Seth Mates did some fantasy booking of how he would book John Cena vs. The Miz and how The Rock would get involved:

“During the match, Rock comes down and accidentally knocks down Cena,” Mates writes. “The Miz smiles as if he did it on purpose as revenge.

“Rock plays along for a second, then beats the hell out of Miz. Cena gets up, hits finisher, pins Miz for the WWE Title.


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Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Video REPLAY Doctor Thuganomic aka John Cena

Video replay of John Cena on MONDAY NIGHT RAW 2/21/2011
If you missed RAW this was Cena Message to The Rock
He did it in a RAP!

Click play on the Video to watch:

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Update: WWE Champion The Miz VS John Cena

For John Cena, the Road to WrestleMania has become a familiar path, one he’s ridden many times with great success. For WWE Champion The Miz, however, the Road to WrestleMania is a road less traveled. And perhaps that will make all the difference when the two meet in Atlanta at their WWE Title Match.

Although The Miz would argue he’s paid his dues in WWE and deserves his celebrated status, the fact is, he’s employed some underhanded tactics during his ascent. He cashed in his Money in the Bank contract on a battered Randy Orton to seize the championship. And during a title defense against Jerry “The King” Lawler, The Awesome One would likely have lost were it not for interference from sycophant Michael Cole. Even though his methods remain questionable, there’s no arguing that Miz continues finding ways to retain WWE’s most prized possession.

For his part, John Cena enjoys the experience that comes with having earned the WWE Championship an impressive seven times. In order to main-event WrestleMania, the Cenation Commander-in-Chief had to plow through five formidable Superstars inside the Elimination Chamber – Randy Orton, John Morrison, R-Truth, King Sheamus and CM Punk – before pivoting to his current target: WWE Champion The Miz.

When these two Superstars enter the ring on April 3, the contest will be between a young, resourceful and headstrong champion willing to do just about anything to stay on top and a strong, experienced veteran with uncanny determination and a storied list of accomplishments. Can the ever-impressive Cena notch his eighth WWE Championship? Or will the wily Miz somehow find a way – yet again – to remain king of the mountain?

To catch all the action, watch WrestleMania live only on pay-per-view or online, April 3, 8/7 CT.

Source: WWE.COM

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2/21/2011 in FRESNO, Calif.
John Cena addressed the WWE Universe
John Cena was riding high. The Cenation Commander-in-Chief had prevailed in the Elimination Chamber the night before to become the No. 1 contender for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania. He shared the news, and his excitement, with the WWE Universe before addressing disparaging comments made about him by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson one week earlier. Cena went old school, dusting off his doctorate in Thuganomics to diss The Great One in no uncertain terms.

WWE Champion The Miz & John Cena def. WWE Tag Team Champions Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater
Monday Night Raw has witnessed its share of odd couples. Not least of which, the Superstars who will battle at WrestleMania for the WWE Title: The Miz & John Cena.

The duo was paired by the anonymous Raw GM to face WWE Tag Team Champions The Corre, specifically Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater. Despite their animosity for each other, The WWE Champion & The Cenation Commander-in-Chief actually proved victorious and captured the championships - however briefly.

Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater def. WWE Tag Team Champions The Miz & John Cena

In the quickest WWE Tag Team Championship reign in history, the odd pairing of The Miz & John Cena dropped their short-lived titles when the WWE Champion stabbed his partner squarely in the back.

The end of Miz & Cena’s brief reign began when, immediately following their title win, Justin Gabriel & Heath Slater invoked their rematch clause. With their colleagues in The Corre looking on, Gabriel & Slater put forth a respectable effort in order to win back the titles. Just when it appeared the result would be the same, however, The Cleveland Screamer betrayed The Cenation Commander-in-Chief.

He leveled his partner and WrestleMania opponent with a Skull Crushing Finale as the referee was distracted, costing the pair the WWE Tag Team Titles.

Source: WWE.COM

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Sunday, February 20, 2011

Elimination Chamber 2011 RESULTS

WWE Elimination Chamber 2011 RESULTS

Elimination Chamber Match for a WWE Championship shot at Wrestlemania XXVII:
CM Punk vs. John Cena vs. John Morrison vs. Randy Orton vs. R-Truth vs. Sheamus

Randy Orton is the first man out to the ring to a huge pop from the crowd. He makes his way out and grasps the chains in his hand on his way into the Chamber. Orton poses to pop the crowd before walking into one of the pods.

R-Truth is the second man out to the ring, and he gets a little bit of a reaction from the crowd. He looks around apprehensively as this will be his first ever Chamber match. Truth dances a little bit in the ring before looking around a bit more and climbing into his own pod. CM Punk is the next man out to the ring to a fairly healthy amount of heat from the crowd. Punk eyes the Chamber, and is a little slow to make his way into the ring. Punk stares down Orton, and Orton smiles. Punk says he’ll be watching Orton in tonight’s match while he makes his way into a pod.

John Cena is the fourth man out to the ring, meaning that he will not be one of the two men kicking things off, and he will be occupying the final open pod. Cena gets a very good pop from the crowd.

Sheamus is the fifth man to make his way out to the ring, and he’s not wearing his king gear, presumably to save time. Punk taunts Sheamus as he makes his way into the ring, but Sheamus looks undaunted. John Morrison is the last man out to the ring, to a nice pop, and I have to admit it’s pretty cool seeing JoMo as the final man to be announced in the main event of a Pay Per View.

The bell rings and both men lock up. Sheamus quickly pushes Morrison back into the corner, but Morrison fights him off, only to fall victim to a big shoulderblock. Another lockup and Morrison goes behind, gets an elbow to the face, and is taken down to the mat with a couple of headlock takeovers. Morrison fights off the submission attempts and Sheamus slaps Morrison in the face. Morrison snaps, unloads with punches on Sheamus and follows him to the outside with a big leaping kick over the top rope. Morrison and Sheamus trade blows on the outside, and Morrison hits a big kick to Sheamus’ head. Morrison jumps from the ropes to the side of the Chamber and leaps back off with another big kick to Sheamus’ head. Back in the ring, Sheamus fights back with a big short arm clothesline.

Morrison fights back and takes Sheamus down to the mat. Morrison goes for starship pain, but Sheamus shoves him to the outside where he crashes down on the Chamber floor. Sheamus launches Morrison into the Chamber wall before slamming his head into Kingston’s pod. The clock begins to countdown and the next participant is Randy Orton. Orton goes right after both men with clotheslines and scoop powerslams. Orton clotheslines Sheamus over the top rope and sends Morrison right into Sheamus with a big back body drop. Orton whips Morrison into one of the chamber pods before clotheslining Sheamus back into the ring. Sheamus hits his signature rope assisted DDT to the Chamber floor on Sheamus, and then turns his attention to Morrison, throwing him back into the ring. Orton stomps away at Morrison and Sheamus.

Orton picks Morrison up and places him on the top turnbuckle, hitting a big superplex. Orton covers Morrison and gets a two count. Morrison puts Sheamus on the top rope and hits another superplex. The clock begins to count down again and CM Punk will be the next entrant. Punk is stuck in his pod as the referee is having a hard time with the chain. Punk tries to fight his way out but he’s stuck in the door. Orton uses that to his advantage to pound away at Punk. Orton sends Punk into the ring and hits the RKO. Orton covers Punk and gets the three count.

CM Punk has been eliminated

The lights dim and Cole receives an e-mail from the anonymous GM. Apparently, due to a malfunctioning pod, Punk wasn’t given a fair chance, so Punk is allowed to re-enter his pod, and he will be re-instated in the match.

Punk goes back into his pod and Orton goes to work on Sheamus. Sheamus connects with the urunagi backbreaker on Orton before tossing Morrison over the top to the outside. Sheamus goes for the Irish cross, but Orton fights out. Orton ducks a bicycle kick from Sheamus but falls victim to a flash kick from Morrison. Sheamus sends Morrison to the outside and grinds his face into the Chamber wall. The clock begins to count down again and the next entrant will be John Cena.

Sheamus ambushes Cena and jumps him right in the pod, pounding down on him immediately when the pod door opens. Sheamus brings Cena into the ring and Cena fights right back. Cena goes for the AA on Morrison to the outside but Morrison lands on his feet. Sheamus takes out Cena and Morrison jumps back into the ring on top of both Orton and Sheamus. Cena back body drops Morrison to the outside and he follows, fighting with Morrison outside of the ring. Both men are taken out by Sheamus when he hits a big slingshot clothesline. Orton grabs Sheamus from behind and brings him back into the ring with a big clothesline. Orton hits a Thesz press and rains down with punches on Sheamus before hitting a knee drop. Sheamus fights back with a knee to Orton’s.

The clock begins to count down again and R-Truth will be the next man in. Sheamus tries to ambush Truth as well, but Truth avoids it and beats Sheamus down in the pod instead before hitting a hip toss on the chamber floor. In the ring Truth hits a big DDT on Orton and a suplex on Morrison before hitting a spinning elbow on Cena. Truth eats a bicycle kick from Sheamus, and he gets pinned.

R-Truth is eliminated

Morrison unloads on Sheamus and goes for the pin, but Sheamus kicks out at two. The crowd is surprisingly pro-Punk. Morrison drags Sheamus out to the chamber floor, and looks to set up for something, but Orton slams him into a pod, taking out the glass in the process. In the ring, Orton and Cena trade punches before Orton hits a beautiful dropkick. Cena kicks out of a pin attempt though. Orton stomps away at Cena’s joints, and the clock begins to count down one last time, for CM Punk. Orton looks to wait for Punk, but Cena tries to catch him from behind with the AA. Orton hits the RKO on Cena on the chamber floor, but it does damage to him. Sheamus hits the bicycle kick on Orton and Punk knocks Sheamus away, pinning Orton and getting a two count.

In the ring, Punk mocks Orton, performing the same psych up routine as Orton before he hits the RKO. Punk connects with the GTS on Orton, covering Randy and getting three.

Randy Orton is eliminated

Punk hits Cena, and then Sheamus with a high knee, but when he tries to bulldog Sheamus, he ends up being thrown into one of the pods and clotheslined hard. Sheamus and Morrison fight in the ring with Morrison hitting an awesome corkscrew kick. Sheamus tries to send Morrison to the outside and Morrison kicks Sheamus. Morrison goes to the top of one of the pods and Sheamus follows, pounding on Morrison on top of the pod and attempting the high cross on Morrison from the top of the pod. Morrison fights it off and kicks Sheamus, sending him crashing down to the mat. Morrison begins to scale to the top of the chamber before dropping down with a HUGE crossbody. Morrison pins Sheamus and gets three.

Sheamus has been eliminated

Punk and Morrison get up to their feet and Cena hits a couple of shoulder blocks before hitting his regular side belly to back slam, and the five knuckle shuffle. Punk rolls to the outside and Cena decides to follow. Cena stalks Punk and gets him in AA position, but Morrison leaps off the turnbuckle from out of nowhere, and crashes into both men.

Punk pins Cena on the outside, but he’s only able to get a two count. Punk heads back into the ring, and Morrison charges Cena, only to have Cena move. Morrison crashes into the a pod and immediately screams and grabs his knees. Back in the ring, Punk grapevines his legs around Cena’s neck and begins wearing away at him. Cena fights up to his feet with Punk on his shoulders, and Morrison leaps off the top rope with a big clothesline, still grabbing at his knee. Morrison pins both men but is only able to get a two count.

Cena hits an AA that wraps Morrison up in the ropes, and he turns right around into a big kick to the side of the head from Punk. Punk goes to the top rope and jumps off with a big forearm. Punk goes for the pin, but only gets two. Punk slingshots Cena straight into one of the pods, but the glass doesn’t really budge. Punk tries to do the same thing on Morrison, but Morrison grabs the top of the pod, jumps to the chamber wall and even tries for the starship pain in the ring. Punk moves and connects with the GTS for a three count.

Morrison has been eliminated

Cena grabs Punk and gets him in AA position. Punk grabs the ropes, so Cena hits the AA to the Chamber floor. Cena pins Punk, and this one is over.

Winner and #1 Contender for the WWE Championship: John Cena

Miz is shown backstage looking pretty upset at the idea of facing Cena, before holding up his title.

Cena continues to celebrate and Miz continues to hold up his title. It will be Cena/Miz for the title at WrestleMania!


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