Thursday, September 22, 2011

John Cena: Exclusive poster for his Upcoming movie "The Reunion"

We can exclusively reveal (as far as we know) the poster for the upcoming WWE Studios movie production “The Reunion“, starring John Cena. No firm word yet on when it hits stores but the WWE DVD distributor in Australia revealed plans to release it in December 2011.

This is what the movie poster looks like:
Here is the plot of the movie:
"After the death of her father, a daughter (Amy Smart) is charged with fulfilling her father’s last wish – to bring his three sons back together… Sam (WWE Superstar John Cena), a hardened cop currently on suspension; Leo, (Ethan Embry) a loud-mouthed overbearing bail bondsman and Douglas, a handsome 20-year old thief fresh out of prison. When Leo discovers the con he pledged a lot of money for is suspected of kidnapping one of the wealthiest men in the country, he convinces his two brothers to join him on what will become a dangerous , yet exhilarating adventure."
-This will be John Cena's 4th WWE flim
(The Marine, 12rounds and Legendary)


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If Cena Breaks Record: Chavo Guerrero will stop watching WWE

"Guerrero Vows To Stop Watching Wrestling If Cena Breaks Record"

closed in on ’s record 16 World Title reigns with his victory over Alberto Del Rio Sunday night at Night of Champions. The master of the Five Knuckle Shuffle has now won 12 World titles; the WWE Championship a record 10 times and the World Heavyweight Championship twice.

Cena’s latest World Title victory has former WWE Superstar steamed as the third-generation grappler has vowed to stop watching professional wrestling if he breaks Naitch’s legendary record.

He stated Monday night on Twitter, “If Cena brakes the great Ric Flair’s 16 time champ record, I will never watch wrestling again. I call a boycott of Cena matches if he does!”

Guerrero also asked his Twitter followers, “How many of u are tired of John Cena being champion? Don’t get all excited, it’s just a question.” He wrote moments later, “Wow…it’s an overwhelming “tired of Cena” response! It’s not me, it’s all the fans. I could literally retweet hundreds of tired responses!”

Guerrero continued, “Now, my opinion…Cena is better than me on the mike,but I could out wrestle Cena with my eyes closed and 1 hand tied behind my back! Truth!

“Some are saying that Cena is a great athlete. Really? C’mon. Are u blind? I know Cena & I could beat him in any sport except weight lifting!

“Golf, basketball, bowling, a race, tennis, horseshoes, hitting a baseball pitch, catching a football…anything!!!!

“Lol…some1 just said Cena is a better athlete than Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior! Lol are u retarded? No offense to a challenge person.”

-This isn't the first time Chavo ran his mouth about John Cena on his twitter.

source: sescoops

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John Cena: Hell In A Cell Poster

Hell In A Cell Poster.
Its John Cena's face surrounded by fire.
with the words next to it saying "John Cena Goes To Hell"

WWE and Light Strike present
Hell in a Cell

Sunday, October 2nd 8pm EDT

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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

WWE Championship Triple Threat Hell in a Cell Match

WWE Championship Triple Threat Hell in a Cell Match

Over the course of his 10 reigns as WWEChampion, John Cena has come to learn many of the hardships that come with holding that coveted title, but The Champ has never dealt with anything quite like this. For the first time in the brutal history of the Hell in a Cell Match, three Superstars will enter the unforgiving steel structure for a dangerous Triple Threat bout — and Cena’s WWE Championship will be on the line.

Two weeks after defeating Alberto Del Rio to win the title at Night of Champions, Cena will once again lock up with the underhanded Mexican Aristocrat, but this time the controversial CM Punk will be a part of the mayhem.

It’s a three-way showdown the WWE Universe has been waiting to see since the conclusion of SummerSlam in August. On that sweltering night, The Straight Edge Superstar beat Cena to claim the Undisputed WWE Championship, but was immediately defeated for the title by an opportunistic Del Rio, who was cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase.

Immediately after the evening’s contentious events, WWE fans took to FaceBook and Twitter with one question — which Superstar deserved the rematch? Was it Punk since he was the last champion? Or did both The Second City Savior and Cena deserve bouts with Del Rio since they were both technically titleholders?

Ultimately, the West Newbury, Mass. native received the championship opportunity and made the best of his opening by beating the Mexican Superstar — but where did that leave CM Punk? Amid the confusion and conspiracy theories of his bitter war with Triple H and Kevin Nash, The “Voice of the Voiceless” clearly had other scores to settle, but at WWE Hell in a Cell on Oct. 2, he’ll get the rematch he rightfully deserves.

With both CM Punk and Alberto Del Rio coming for his WWE Title inside Satan’s Playground, John Cena is in an unfamiliar position — the underdog spot. Can The Champ retain his cherished prize in the face of two hungry competitors and one seriously dangerous structure?

Order WWE Hell in a Cell exclusively on pay-per-view on Sunday, Oct. 2 to find out.


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9/19/2011 in CLEVELAND

Triple H announced WWE Champion John Cena vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. CM Punk in a Triple Threat Hell in a Cell Match, promised to fire someone

Triple H was steamed. Less than 24 hours earlier, at Night of Champions, WWE’s Chief Operating Officer competed against CM Punk. Although he prevailed in the bout and retained his position as COO, The Game was nonetheless furious about how it all went down. Not only did The Miz & R-Truth attempt to interfere in the bout, an already terminated Kevin Nash marched through the crowd and amubushed both men.
Perhaps feeling badly about how events transpired the night before, Triple H informed his now respected rival, Punk, that he was being included in a Triple Threat Hell in a Cell Match against newly crowned WWE Champion John Cena and Alberto Del Rio.

The Voice of the Voiceless appeared pleased to hear he would receive a title opportunity in two weeks, but he was hardly finished making a statement. He began to expound on who he thought was behind the odd incidents of the previous several weeks.

Before Punk could reveal the full extent of his hypothesis, WWE’s Executive Vice President of Talent Relations, John Laurinaitis emerged. The Second City Savior then explained that he felt the Executive VP was the mastermind behind the shenanigans. When The Game asked Laurinaitis if Punk was telling the truth, however, Laurinaitis appeared evasive. When Executive VP attempted to fire the anti-establishment Superstar, Triple H immediately reversed the decision. WWE’s COO did insist, however, that by the end of the night someone would be fired.

WWE Champion John Cena & CM Punk def. The Miz & R-Truth

Before WWE Champion John Cena and CM Punk join Alberto Del Rio in a first-ever Triple Threat Hell in a Cell Match in two weeks, the pair teamed up to face The Miz & R-Truth in the night’s main event match.

The contest was arranged by WWE Chief Operating Officer Triple H as punishment for the two attacking a referee as well as The Game himself at Night of Champions. The two conspiracy theorists appeared to be putting up a respectable offense against their formidable foes when The Second City Savior delivered a grave GTS to The Cleveland Screamer in his hometown to lay him out for the victory.

After the bell, The Game emerged to wish one Superstar the best in their future endeavors. Actually, make that two Superstars. The Game fired both Miz & Truth, who looked gutted by the decision.

As “The Awesome Truth” absorbed the news, they grew enraged and attacked Triple H from behind in the locker room area. As they lashed out on the COO, various Superstars broke up the ruckus and tossed Miz & Truth from the arena.


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Sunday, September 18, 2011

WWE Pay-Per-View: Night Of Champions 2011 Results

WWE Pay-Per-View: Night Of Champions 2011 Results

John Cena def. Alberto Del Rio (New WWE Champion)

BUFFALO, N.Y. — For the 12th time in his storied career, John Cena can proclaim these words — The Champ is here.

Entering Night of Champions as a challenger to the underhanded Alberto Del Rio, the West Newbury, Mass. native toppled The Mexican Aristocrat to capture a record 10th WWEChampionship and once again position himself atop the brutal food chain of WWE. (PHOTOS)

“Tonight was a very important victory for me,” Cena told exclusively after the bout. “I take nothing away from Alberto Del Rio’s talent, but I can’t stand anybody who has a sense of entitlement. Whether it’s one time or ten times, I needed this one tonight.”

It was a triumph many WWE fans viewed as inevitable. Since cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase on a prone CM Punk to win the WWE Title at SummerSlam, Del Rio has been a champion with a tenuous grasp on his cherished prize. Acutely aware of the target that was placed on his back as soon as he grabbed the title, the Mexican Superstar attempted to dismiss the champion’s burden with his trademark bluster and bravado. But the snob’s cowardice soon showed itself as he recruited thugs to attack Cena and sacrificed his manservant, Ricardo Rodriguez, to the fury of an Attitude Adjustment on more than one occasion.

John Cena arrives at Night of Champions in Alberto Del Rio's Ferrari.After weeks of sidestepping the rampaging bull that is John Cena, Del Rio, quite literally, walked into Buffalo’s First Niagara Center for this WWE Title defense. Clearly rattled during his entrance, the champion audibly complained about the whereabouts of his trademark custom car before a confident Cena roared down the aisle behind the wheel of Del Rio’s own Ferrari. It was a clever bit of intimidation from the dominant Superstar that sent a clear message to the titleholder — Del Rio wasn’t the only competitor who could wield a little horsepower.

Now stripped of his material excess, the Mexican Superstar soon had nothing to rely on but his mat prowess after his personal ring announcer was ejected from the building early in the match. Of course, despite his rampant dishonesty, Del Rio is no slouch when it comes to trading blows. Battering his opponent with a mix of devastating strikes and Greco-Roman takedowns, the perfectly coifed competitor looked close to shocking the WWE Universe just as he had done when he won in the biggest Royal Rumble in WWE history.

It would be foolish to ever count out John Cena, though. Soon rallying some deep-seated strength, the powerhouse countered Del Rio’s vicious arm breaker by heaving him off the mat with pure might and slamming him right back where he found him. Knocked for a loop, The Mexican Aristocrat wandered right into an Attitude Adjustment, which left him open for the dreaded STF. Despite a desperate bit of interference from Ricardo Rodriguez, Cena was able to dismiss the flunky before forcefully applying his wrenching submission maneuver to claim a hard-fought 10th WWE Title. (WATCH: Del Rio's meltdown)

Once again, The Champ is here.


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