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Old 08-28-2012, 11:55 PM   #5576 (permalink)
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Punk/Cena by a mile. Punk vs. Bryan is great and all but there is big similarities with them and how they wrestle. With Cena and Punk, they couldn't be more different. Punk was different from Cena in size, look, offense, how they wrestle, and yet they just complimented each other so much and that is what makes the best matches. Like when the cerebral wrestler CM Punk fought stiff Samoa Joe or when the technician Bret Hart faced the Brawler in Steve Austin. Where Punk has strikes, Cena did not. Where Cena had power, Punk couldn't contend. Where Punk had his high flying, Cena had experience. It was one of the truly great matches in pro wrassling.

Even the botches made sense! Punk crossbodying Cena's knees didn't look to great but when he actually performs the move correctly, he gets caught by Cena like a small child. John Cena's body language and how he reacted to things were phenomenal. He felt like a guy who has been on top for years(Which he has) and nearly all his moves felt as if he dictated them or he just put them in the right place. It kinda seemed as if he was cool and collected. As if he knew what to do and when to do it. This one of the first times we had ever seen Cena wrestle like that or take that kinda role in a match. It didn't feel like Cena was fighting back at Punk but Punk was fighting back against Cena(If that makes any sense).

Punk didn't seem as cool as Cena did in the latter part and felt incredibly desperate in all of his offense. He was as underdog as one could get with his massive amount of selling(And what great selling it was) and having to work himself out of the several predicaments that Cena had put him in. He had got put through the shredder with Cena. Punk felt as if he wanted to win and needed to win. You can tell the difference between both guys in that match in how Punk would keep climbing to get out of that hole that Cena kept burying. I love the part nearly towards the end when Punk has to hit Cena with everything he has got just so Cena doesn't obliterate his ass with a avalanche AA. When he takes off his knee pad to get as much damage on Cena as he can get and seeing him hobble towards Cena to deliver the shining knee is just telling of the tale of how deep Punk has been in the hole. The shining grace in the match is when the GTS connects and you can just see everything Punk has worked for just fall right out of his hands when Cena falls out of the ring. I cannot explore more into detail about how much better Punk/Cena was than Punk/Bryan.

The OTL is a clinic but I'll take that roller coaster over it any day.
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