Friday, January 13, 2012

"WWE Magazine" Awards; John Cena the Record-Setter of the Year!

*Record-Setter of the Year
John Cena on winning 10 WWE Championships in 10 Years.
“If I can win one a year until I’m done, then I will retire a 46-time WWE Champion.”

-The other SuperStars that got an WWE Magazine Award:

Most Improved Superstar
Zack Ryder on 2011

“2011 has been the best year of my career so far. My dream as a kid wasn't just to be some guy on the roster; I wanted to be a top guy. So all this recognition for me, all the merchandise, the support of the Zack Pack, it doesn't surprise me. But what’s next? Earlier, I couldn't get on Raw if my life depended on it, and now I’m working matches with John Cena. Being in the ring with guys like him has definitely made me better and more confident. The only way to improve is to be out there and get that experience. And now, I’m getting it, and I’m not going to mess it up.”

Best Mic Skills
CM Punk on his gift of gab

“Honestly, I don’t know if I ever learned it. I was once given a great piece of advice by The American Dream, Dusty Rhodes. He told me that the best stuff comes from the heart, and that’s all I've ever done. I don’t try to think about what I’m going to say because then it seems forced, rehearsed and phony. So when you see me with a mic in my hand, it’s just me talking. It’s what I do, it’s who I am, and I can talk all day long. Some animals are born with claws. Well, I was born with the ability to talk.”

Most Underrated Superstar
Wade Barrett

“My question is underrated by whom? As far as I’m concerned, I’m the Number One-rated WWE Superstar and that’s been the same the whole year round. And that’s not going to change anytime soon.”


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Why do you chant "Cena Sucks"? (Part 2 of 2)

Why do you chant "Cena Sucks"? (Part 2 of 2)
And now, finally, we hear their voices. Individual voices, mind you, not just a collective mish-mosh of animosity spewed in the brightly-colored direction of John Cena. Yesterday we featured love from the Cenation itself, but we also polled those members of the WWE Universe who boo the Cenation leader, cheer for his doom at the hands of Kane or The Rock, and scrounge up every one of those “Cena Sucks” shirts they can get their hands on. These are the fans who jeer Cena at every turn, who scream bile from the stands and whose brains defensively zoom to a "happy place" whenever Justin Roberts yells that “JOOOOOHHHHHNNNN CEEEEEEEEEEEEENNNNAAAA!!!” is in the building.

So yeah, what we’re basically trying to say is they do not like the guy, and we at sorted painstakingly through this intricate tapestry of “Haterade” to pick some of the most telling, passionate and common gripes against Cena. Here’s what they had to say.

The WWE Universe Thinks #CenaSucks Because …

They’re Tired of His Shtick: Perhaps the most common complaint among the boobirds was that the Cenation leader has become predictable on the mic and in the ring, and would be better off if he returned to his edgier ways of the early ‘00s. Joseph Fadoir wrote on Facebook, “He's lost his edge. He was better in 2004 when he was hungry for success. Ever since he won his first WWE title it seems he just goes through the motions and certain opponents have to bring the fight out of him … He doesn't have to change his values. Just a few tweaks here and there. He's missing the intensity he once had.” Fadoir finished his well-thought post with a simple “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”

He’s Hulk Hogan All Over Again: In some circles this might not be a bad thing, but it seems the current crop of fans doesn’t take kindly to Cena imitating the Hulkster’s superhuman tendencies from back in the '80s, likening Cena's "Five Moves of Doom" to the Hulk Up-Atomic Leg Drop that would inevitably come at the end of Hogan's matches. To wit, Mike Stewart on Facebook wrote he boos Cena, “Because one Hulk Hogan was enough!”

He Hogs the Spotlight: Alternately, Kanisha QueenBee Powell wrote on Facebook that she DOESN’T hate Cena; she just wishes he’d let other guys take the spotlight. “I understand he was the money maker for WWE and he still is because hate him or love him, you come out to see him. I just say let someone else shine because [there] are better and brighter stars.”

On Twitter, @DominicanGlory posted that Cena was “bland” and had been “shoved down [his] throat for almost a decade.” He said some other stuff too, but we can’t really print it here.

And finally, @dcblakglasses tweeted “I don’t hate you, John. I don't even dislike you. I hate this idea that you're the best." Which we’re pretty sure he stole from somebody, though for the life of us we can’t figure out who …

They Think He Can’t Wrestle: “he can’t even take a bump and he runs like a penguin,” @guidaoust tweeted. For the record, the average foot speed of a penguin is 2.4 mph, so there’s probably a second, hidden insult in there as well.

It’s a Matter of Math: “I’m 50/50 so he sucks,” Mikey Mastuzik wrote on Facebook. Um, how are you with logarithms, Mikey?

Because They Just Do: In the same way that some people just don’t like ice cream, John Cena is just not appealing to a certain sect of the WWE Universe and that’s all there is to it. @Borrachach simply tweeted “#CenaSucks” until he filled up the 140 character limit, pausing only for space breaks.

@MIZfitKrista was much more succinct, tweeting, “@WWEUniverse #CenaSucks and i say that because well....Im a hater.”

And @NutsythaBroski summed it up: “Simple...... cause we've Cenanuff #CenaSucks.”

In all honesty, we’re pretty sure Cena would appreciate the pun.


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Why do you chant "Let's Go, Cena"? (Part 1 of 2)

Why do you chant "Let's Go, Cena"? (Part 1 of 2)

To some, supporting John Cena isn’t so much a choice as a calling, a civic duty, a bona fide requirement of membership in the WWE Universe and America itself. To his supporters, the Cenation leader is as wholesome and good as milk and apple pie and a representation of all that is kind and wonderful in this crazy little thing called life.

Tell certain Cena haters you’re a fan, and you might as well be throwing your weight behind the devil himself, spitting in the very face of reason, physics, originality and truth (not to be confused with R-Truth). To Cena’s detractors, he is a wannabe, a sellout, a washed-up paragon of everything wrong with WWE.

It’s a well-known fact that Cena’s fan response has always been … divided, let’s call it. But the question that has never been definitively asked is why. To settle the debate once and for all (or at least for this week), asked our Facebook and Twitter followers to elaborate on why they cheered or booed Cena. Suffice to say, your responses exhausted every last explanation for either and, for the first time ever, will now hear from YOU – the WWE Universe itself – on what makes John Cena so alternately great or insufferable. These responses are 100% real and not doctored in any way by The Cenation is up first, come back tomorrow for the boobirds. Here we go:

The WWE Universe Cheers #Let’sGoCena Because:

He Follows His own Mantra: @xYouCraveNANA tweeted, “I'm #letsgocena cuz @JohnCena is true to his word. Hard to see ppl nowadays who stand by their word. He's REAL and determined.” And, on Facebook, Charlynn Cena (?!) writes, “All he does is work to entertain his fans putting his body on the line for us. Everyday he walks in that ring with pride, dignity Loyalty & respect. He never gives up & rises above hate.”

He’s an Inspiration: Facebook user Kimmy LovesDeanforever Ever (aww) gushed of Cena, “i support cena now and forever!! he totally rocks!!! he's an inspiration and motivation for me in my life. whenever i'm stuck or feel down, i think about him. It's true about his tagline: RISE ABOVE this world there is hate but if we can rise above it then it will be a better world for everyone.” Likewise, on Twitter, follower @WILLIAMCOTTMAN tweeted “I cheer John Cena Hustle (work hard), Loyalty (you never know who you might need) and Respect (You have to give it to get) #LetsGoCena.”

He’s a Good Boy: Facebook user Ixara Leene Yusa writes that the Cenation leader is “the example of a well-behaved person.” This is true, really. Hit the guy with a chokeslam, tear the shirt off his back and he is still all smiles. Just ask Kane

He Thinks of the Children: This is a big one. Facebook user Nik Deveroux Foxx mentioned Cena’s Make-a-Wish Foundation work, saying the Superstar “belongs in the book of records” for his philanthropy. Incidentally, Cena’s closing in on his 300th Make-a-Wish visit; when he gets it, he will have fulfilled the most wishes of any celebrity (actors, athletes, etc.) ever.

He Likes Zack Ryder and He Isn’t The Rock: @pothole0222 hashtagged his post #LetsGoCena because “he shows up every night unlike some ‘superstars’! (Lookin at u @TheRock),” and @rsapexcarnivore supports Cena “Cena because “1. I can!!! 2. He is energetic! and 3. He's a broski, like me! #WWWYKI”

Well said, bro.


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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

John Cena’s Value To WWE

John Cena's Value To WWE:

ESPN’s financial expert Michele Steele tweeted on Tuesday that John Cena was worth $106 million in retail value to WWE in 2011.

No further details were given to explain Cena’s direct impact on WWE’s business, but the figure likely includes John Cena merchandise and an estimate of Cena’s impact on PPV buyrates, live event ticket sales and ad revenue from WWE programming featuring Cena.

With that kind of money rolling in due to , its understandable how WWE would be hesitant turning him heel and disrupting a formula that is working very well.

source: sescoops

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Post Fruity Pebbles teams up with John Cena

PARSIPANNY, N.J. – Post Fruity Pebbles and WWE Superstar John Cena are teaming up for a new partnership, which includes a collectable cereal box and an instant-win promotion awarding a VIP meet-and-greet with the talent.

Cena’s passion charity, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, for which he has granted over 250 wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions, and ‘be a STAR,’ the anti-bullying alliance co-founded by WWE and The Creative Coalition, are prominently displayed on newly-designed Fruity Pebbles cereal boxes featured nationwide January through March.

“It is truly an honor to team up with Post Fruity Pebbles. After all, who doesn’t dream of being on a cereal box one day?” said Cena. “I am proud that the partnership also spreads awareness about the life-changing wishes granted by the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and ‘be a STAR’s’ anti-bullying message of showing tolerance and respect.”

“We are thrilled to support John Cena’s work in and out of the ring for children with life-threatening medical conditions and those who are being bullied,” said Michael Krishnan, Senior Brand Manager at Post Foods. “We hope Fruity Pebbles’ partnership with this popular WWE Superstar will raise awareness for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and ‘be a STAR’.”

The on-pack instant win grand prize winners will each receive a VIP meet-and-greet with Cena, priority seating and transportation to a WWE live event, and an autographed “Rise Above Hate” T-shirt, in support of the ‘be a STAR’ anti-bullying message. First prize winners will receive an autographed version of the exclusive T-shirt. The second prize winners will receive the exclusive T-shirt. To enter, look inside the specially marked boxes featuring Cena for a special code to submit on

The partnership stems from the onscreen and social media rivalry between Cena and WrestleMania XXVIII opponent Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who compared Cena’s brightly colored wardrobe to a bowl of Fruity Pebbles. Cena embraced the new nickname, saying he is “Yabba, Dabba Delicious.”

Post Fruity Pebbles Cereal and Fruity Pebbles Treats can be found at grocery stores nationwide. For more information, visit


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Tuesday, January 10, 2012



in CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - Kane continued to taunt John Cena on the second WWE Raw SuperShow of 2012 and brutally attacked Cena and United States Champion Zack Ryder. Also, Chris Jericho was once again speechless in front of the WWE Universe and Edge and the legendary Four Horsemen were announced as 2012 WWE Hall of Fame inductees.
John Cena attacked Kane
The Big Red Monster started the second WWE Raw SuperShow of 2012 by taunting John Cena, continuing to push him to embrace hate. It didn’t take long for the Cenation leader to respond as he charged the ring and a brawl erupted all over the arena and backstage. The battle ended in a stalemate with neither Superstar truly getting the best of the other.

Dolph Ziggler and John Cena ended in a double count-out
Two weeks before facing WWE Champion CM Punk, No. 1 contender Dolph Ziggler battled 10-time WWE Champion John Cena in WWE Raw SuperShow's main event.
Ziggler used his agility and amateur background to show-off and keep Cena from building momentum early in the contest. However, as Cena built up steam against Ziggler, the TitanTron showed Kane attacking Zack Ryder as the U.S. Champion tried to change his flat tire.
As soon as he was free of Ziggler's attempts at a sleeper hold, Cena ran to help his broski. As he exited the arena, the Cenation leader was attacked by The Big Red Monster. The menacing Kane stood over the unconscious Cena and Ryder as Raw SuperShow went off the air.

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Monday, January 9, 2012

Rankings for Power 25: January 7, 2012

Rankings for Power 25: January 7, 2012
John Cena has been at the Number 7th Rank for the 3rd week in a row!

Last Weeks Rank: #7
This Weeks Rank: #7

"Even though Cena, Big Show & U.S. Champion Zack Ryder defeated Jack Swagger & Mark Henry on WWE Raw SuperShow, Cena was once again left shaken by Kane after The Big Red Monster emerged through the ring and tried to kidnap Ryder."


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