Spot on you are. What a miserable human being he is to help that many children, yet still find the time to 'allegedly' be a dick to some of his peers.
Honestly, some of you guys and your choice of words. So he's not to friendliest motherfucker around in a pretty unfriendly industry. Astonishing. Why not leave those descriptions to people whose past and possibly current actions befit the terms 'piece of human trash', 'utter scumbag', 'lowest of the low', etc. I'm not above having a go at celebrities who do bring certain instances upon themselves due to their brazenness and so forth (guys like Punk being a great example), as well as more extreme examples of degeneracy like 90's Shawn Michaels (who really was a degenerate, going by all accounts). However, some of the descriptions floating on the forum around like who people 'legitimately' hate, mean people like Cena and Punk being classed with murderers and psychopaths/sociopaths, and so forth is a trifle startling. We have certain levels of disdain for the things people do, like Edge and Batista doing some shifty things behind their wives backs, all the way through to Benoit murdering his family and New Jack wanting to murder people, but at least be reasonable with your levels of disdain. Common sense, please!
If only hearing tiddle-tail stories about certain pro wrestlers from co-workers get under your skin, then I'd hate to see how some of you would react in a real life situations, with a real life 'scumbag' in your face.
First of all Cena must do these things. Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash and Shawn Michaels who were known as the biggest egomaniacs and assholes backstage did charities and made pictures with children when they were WWE champions and the face of the company. Cena does all the things in the name of the company.
Saying Cena is a good guy because he does charity in the name of the company is the same like saying a police officer would never do drugs, drive fast or provoke someone only because he works for the police.
Not really. Taker buried punk in 09 over a petty backstage dress code thing, buried DDP and Chris Kanyon in 01. Jericho was never a top star with political pull he's been a underdog himself all his career. While the Rock may not have "held down talent" per say, he had it easy from the start(much like the undertaker) when others had to scratch and claw to earn it. Rocky Maivia politicked his way into the company and a healthy early push due to his family ties. Not to mention the Rock rose to super-stardom in a short period and quickly left once the wrestling industry entered a down period. Maybe if he had stayed, things would have been different today.
LOL you made your post irrelevant from the start by saying The Rock politicked his way into the company.
Undertaker buried Punk? God forbid a legend who is in WWE for 20 years like the Undertaker wins a match and a feud outside of WrestleMania.
This alone shows what a guy The undertaker is when in his 22 years old WWE career people can come up only with CM Punk
DDP and Kanyon has nothing to do with Undertaker, it has something to do with Vince McMahon having fun with making WCW a joke but of course you ignore that because that doesn't fit in your Undertaker speech