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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ozwwefan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14/October/2010 at 01:11
         I have to admit that during the show this week, I was thinking as well that Cena was getting too much face time on camera, but as H-R said, I can understand that as he is the biggest star and the 'N' angle is RAW's main storyine atm.
       I've found it interesting watching how Cena handles this storyline, and think he's doing well giving huge rubs to all these rookies, taking lots of beatings and losses while still looking strong. Have to admit I loved his demolition of Hennig and Harris after his match with Miz.
       I'm just glad that for the first time 'N' moved beyond the pointless weekly gang beat-downs.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote badguy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15/October/2010 at 10:48
-- John Cena is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Fighting Spirit, with the headline reading "Have We Cena 'Nuff?" To view the cover, go to http://www.fightingspiritmagazine.co.uk The synopsis reads: "Between his superhero act getting incredibly old and him almost ruining the careers of people like The Miz and Nexus by squashing them completely, FSM has had it up to here with John Cena. But is it really all his fault? FSM examines WWE's top man and wonders if he's to blame for ruining WWE for everyone."

lol at FSM getting sick of John Cena and blaming him for ruining the careers of people like Miz and Nexus, last I checked, he didnt ruin Miz's career, was close but didn't and he didn't destroy Nexus he is actually helping make them look good and with him being with the group, it seems Nexus are getting good pushes by being with Cena.


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Originally posted by badguy badguy wrote:

-- John Cena is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Fighting Spirit, with the headline reading "Have We Cena 'Nuff?" To view the cover, go to http://www.fightingspiritmagazine.co.uk The synopsis reads: "Between his superhero act getting incredibly old and him almost ruining the careers of people like The Miz and Nexus by squashing them completely, FSM has had it up to here with John Cena. But is it really all his fault? FSM examines WWE's top man and wonders if he's to blame for ruining WWE for everyone."

lol at FSM getting sick of John Cena and blaming him for ruining the careers of people like Miz and Nexus, last I checked, he didnt ruin Miz's career, was close but didn't and he didn't destroy Nexus he is actually helping make them look good and with him being with the group, it seems Nexus are getting good pushes by being with Cena.
 
Having bought the mag and read the article, I think the article was fair and impartial (if someone else bought the mag and has a scanner please try and put it up in this thread).
 
It mentions how poor his punches and selling are, but is positive about his workrate and how he speaks the company line about things like the PG rating, MMA etc.
 
It mentions how after being let down by the likes of The Rock, Lesnar etc leaving for pastures new, Vince in Cena has a guy he can depend on to be around for years to come.
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Originally posted by badguy badguy wrote:

-- John Cena is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Fighting Spirit, with the headline reading "Have We Cena 'Nuff?" To view the cover, go to http://www.fightingspiritmagazine.co.uk The synopsis reads: "Between his superhero act getting incredibly old and him almost ruining the careers of people like The Miz and Nexus by squashing them completely, FSM has had it up to here with John Cena. But is it really all his fault? FSM examines WWE's top man and wonders if he's to blame for ruining WWE for everyone."

lol at FSM getting sick of John Cena and blaming him for ruining the careers of people like Miz and Nexus, last I checked, he didnt ruin Miz's career, was close but didn't and he didn't destroy Nexus he is actually helping make them look good and with him being with the group, it seems Nexus are getting good pushes by being with Cena.
 
Having bought the mag and read the article, I think the article was fair and impartial (if someone else bought the mag and has a scanner please try and put it up in this thread).
 
It mentions how poor his punches and selling are, but is positive about his workrate and how he speaks the company line about things like the PG rating, MMA etc.
 
It mentions how after being let down by the likes of The Rock, Lesnar etc leaving for pastures new, Vince in Cena has a guy he can depend on to be around for years to come.
 
Yeah well I didnt get the mag, so I wouldnt know, but yeah Cena is someone Vince can depend on to stick with the business for the long run, thus why he probably pushes Cena so much.


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Cena is Vince's cash cow. He has the looks the tweeners get excited for, the Superman moves that grasps the hero worshiping youngsters -- he is the "IT" factor.  Now Cena can actually wrestle, if you watched any of his training video's.  The WWE has watered down his moves much like they will water down Kaval's. Lets face it, other than the AA and the STF, there are no moves that will injure Cena.
 
Cena is helping to push this Nexus group over and that is all well and good.  What bothers me about this Nexus storyline with Cena is that the WWE is promoting bullying.  Now in the news there was a 33 yr old woman bullying a child with Huntington's disease, not only on facebook but also personally.  There have been a number of suicides due to bullying hitting the news lately as well, from grade school to college level.   So I would have to wonder why Vince McMahon, with Linda running for Senate in CT, would turn the storyline to bullying?  Not to mention belittling. 
 
This part makes no sense.  If they are going to turn Cena heel, then do so.  If they are going to keep him as a slave to Nexus, then they need to change the bullying aspect of it and just make him a water boy, the kids can understand that one and it has no gang related ramifications.
 
I am however grateful that the senseless beatdowns are finished (for the most part) -- I just have to say I can't understand where Vince is going with this and yet still claiming it's family oriented.
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http://vids.wwe.com/index.php/video/Raw-Randy-Orton--John-Cena-vs-Husky-Harris--Michael-McGillicutty/640768943001/

It's been good to see him away from the title, but it's disapointing he's getting more airtime anyway than the title.

I'm glad he didn't have to lay down for Henig/Harris as it enough that other week he eliminated himself from the battle royal.

He's getting lots of sympathy from fans in the crowd who clearly don't realise the show is scripted.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote JohnKy75 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23/November/2010 at 16:10
With WWE pushing PG as much as they have been its not hard to see why some of the crowd doesnt get that its scripted, Im hoping with him being "fired" itll cut his camera time down although after the finish to the Barrett Orton match last night with Cenas interference I dont see it, they will find some lame way to bring him back.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote John The Baptist Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23/November/2010 at 16:18
Is he doing another film?

I cant see him spending any time out, which would be a shame because it'll be another 'fired' angle ending with the same result.

I'd like him to go to Smackdown, as it wouldn't be as much of a cop-out as returning back on Raw. One loophole could be Cena as anonymous GM, but I'm not sure of all the incidents between Cena & the mystery GM so it may be condradictory, IDK.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote JohnKy75 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23/November/2010 at 16:28
I could go with Cena being Anon GM but the Anon GM said he didnt really like Bret Hart that really wouldnt fit with Cena being he and Hart cooked up the whole fake injury thing to swerve Vinnie Mac
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I'm calling it right now: Cena gets reinstated before the Rumble, makes a "surprise" return and wins the Rumble, goes on to Wrestlemania and faces Barrett for the WWE Championship, where he wins, therefore, Superman gets his revenge and marks the end of Nexus.
 
The Rumble just wouldn't be a Rumble without somebody making a surprise comeback now would it?
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