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Old 05-02-2013, 05:48 AM   #51 (permalink)
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I'm sorry but nothing works this way

As said before with charity, the ones who do the most impriesve moments get it
same with anything


Your just trying to hate to hate Cena, the fact is WWE has a damn good reasson for it, the kids pick Cena, cena taks them to his job, if it was burger king he would take them there.


And you need to stop acting like Cena gets put on TV evrey single time, show me evrey single time in the last 6 months that they did this

its very few, and he has granted plenty in that time, the fact is they dont shove it down as half much as they could if they wanted to

Cena is a workhorse for them, is it really that wrong to show him reniction for it?

Sure anyone who dose it deserves some, and they do get it, but Cena gose way beyoned that its almost stupid funny how much more he dose compared to the rest, hence he is the postar boy
Cena does it way more than everyone else because his entire fanbase are kids. They are his meal ticket. They are the ones who buy his stuff and keep him as top guy in the company. Cena is the only guy in the history of this business that received the top spot based on what he has done outside of the ring instead of inside of it.
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:59 AM   #52 (permalink)
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Main thing I dont like is how Cena tends to get all the recognition on Raw and.not all the other wrestlers. Its almost like when Cena was the only person allowed to wear Pink during the Breast Cancer Awareness month.

I would hate to think they do this just so Cena could get cheered.
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I don't get how people actually agree with this ,maybe it's an American thing because all i see is exploitation of sick children from Vimce to show what a great philanthropist he, and cena, are. You know what do these " make a wish" actions without advertising them so often on tv. If the NFL, NBA e.t.c also advertise this so much then they are equally to blame .

I don't want the wwe to show other wrestlers granting wishes, I want the wwe to stop promoting itself so much , to have more dignity when doing stuff like this. Being so "in your face" when it comes to matters like this is disgusting , all for show , IMO.
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Does Cena do any other charities besides Make-A-Wish? Can't believe some of you buy into the bullshit propaganda the WWE is spoon feeding you, genuine charity isn't over promoted like the WWE does it, don't give me that awareness bullshit. I'll be impressed with Cena if he did what Velvet Sky and Rosita did, going to the fuckin hood after a catastrophe like Hurricane Sandy, and helps out the community without the fuckin cameras or publicity. What other charitable acts is Cena doing? Besides the ones the WWE tells him to do, (dying kids, troops, and breast cancer), is he trying to help out the shitty education system in America? Is he creating College funds and scholarships for the under privileged? Does he help the troubled youth? What about orphanages? Foster kids? Group homes? You know, the invisible kids in America, the ones no one tends to give a fuck about.

You know who does all that? Someone like 49ers cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, and he doesn't promote the fuck out of it. A lot of these people that Nnamdi helps out (even in his homeland of Nigeria) aren't even fans of the teams he played on or football. Cena has millions of kids who love him, that's cool, and he's an inspiration to them, especially the Make-A-Wish kids of course, but what about the kids who aren't fans of him? What does he do for.them? He's helping out HIS FANS, what about him going out of his way to help out kids, teenagers, hell even adults that are not fans of wrestling? We all know charity is a PR move most of the time these days, look at Donald Trump, do we really believe he genuinely gives a fuck about being charitable? lol ok. I'm just saying it's hard for me to believe how genuine most celebrities are about being charitable until I see someone like Brian Urlacher or Steven Seagal not allowing cameras to film them while they're doing charity work and generally keeping it private.
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Old 05-02-2013, 06:26 AM   #55 (permalink)
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Does Cena do any other charities besides Make-A-Wish? Can't believe some of you buy into the bullshit propaganda the WWE is spoon feeding you, genuine charity isn't over promoted like the WWE does it, don't give me that awareness bullshit. I'll be impressed with Cena if he did what Velvet Sky and I forget who else, goes to the fuckin hood after a catastrophe like Hurricane Sandy, and helps out the community without and fuckin cameras or publicity. What other charitable acts is Cena doing? Besides the ones the WWE tells him to do, (dying kids, troops, and breast cancer), is he trying to help out the shitty education system in America? Is he creating College funds and scholarships for the under privileged? Does he help the troubled youth? What about orphanages? Foster kids? Group homes? You know, the invisible kids in America, the ones no one tends to give a fuck about.

You know who does all that? Someone like 49ers cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, and he doesn't promote the fuck out of it. A lot of these people that Nnamdi helps out (even in his homeland of Nigeria) aren't even fans of the teams he played on or football. Cena has millions of kids who love him, that's cool, and he's an inspiration to them, especially the Make-A-Wish kids of course, but what about the kids who aren't fans of him? What does he do for.them? He's helping out HIS FANS, what about him going out of his way to help out kids, teenagers, hell even adults that are not fans of wrestling? We all know charity is a PR move most of the time these days, look at Donald Trump, do we really believe he genuinely gives a fuck about being charitable? lol ok. I'm just saying it's hard for me to believe how genuine most celebrities are about being charitable until I see someone like Brian Urlacher or Steven Seagal not allowing cameras to film them while they're doing charity work and generally keeping it private.
So charity work can't be commended unless they help out every foundation under the sun?
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Holy fucking christ.

Are we still on the make-a-wish foundation shit? It was 5 minutes with a guy who's made more wishes than practically anyone in the world or at least in the company. Out of 3 hours you complain about maybe, MAYBE 8 minutes of footage of children just because Cena is there.

For the last time, no one gives two shits that Cena was there. The WWE knows it, the fans know it. It was for kids. If you are too obsessed with the fact that Cena was even remotely there for 3 dying kids' moment, you honestly need to go outside and stop watching, cause you're taking this shit way too seriously.

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Main thing I dont like is how Cena tends to get all the recognition on Raw and.not all the other wrestlers. Its almost like when Cena was the only person allowed to wear Pink during the Breast Cancer Awareness month.

I would hate to think they do this just so Cena could get cheered.
Cena hasn't been on a B A Star Commercial for the past 6 months. Come on. And if by any chance he HAS been, who the hell remembers?

I think the only disgusting thing here is that people are angry that some people don't get credit for CHARITY WORK.
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Does Cena do any other charities besides Make-A-Wish? Can't believe some of you buy into the bullshit propaganda the WWE is spoon feeding you, genuine charity isn't over promoted like the WWE does it, don't give me that awareness bullshit. I'll be impressed with Cena if he did what Velvet Sky and Rosita did, going to the fuckin hood after a catastrophe like Hurricane Sandy, and helps out the community without the fuckin cameras or publicity. What other charitable acts is Cena doing? Besides the ones the WWE tells him to do, (dying kids, troops, and breast cancer), is he trying to help out the shitty education system in America? Is he creating College funds and scholarships for the under privileged? Does he help the troubled youth? What about orphanages? Foster kids? Group homes? You know, the invisible kids in America, the ones no one tends to give a fuck about.

You know who does all that? Someone like 49ers cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, and he doesn't promote the fuck out of it. A lot of these people that Nnamdi helps out (even in his homeland of Nigeria) aren't even fans of the teams he played on or football. Cena has millions of kids who love him, that's cool, and he's an inspiration to them, especially the Make-A-Wish kids of course, but what about the kids who aren't fans of him? What does he do for.them? He's helping out HIS FANS, what about him going out of his way to help out kids, teenagers, hell even adults that are not fans of wrestling? We all know charity is a PR move most of the time these days, look at Donald Trump, do we really believe he genuinely gives a fuck about being charitable? lol ok. I'm just saying it's hard for me to believe how genuine most celebrities are about being charitable until I see someone like Brian Urlacher or Steven Seagal not allowing cameras to film them while they're doing charity work and generally keeping it private.
how about he started doing them LONG before WWE even mettion him doing them, in fact if meory serves he was in the low hundreds for make a wish at that point


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you do know that he gives to make a wish, and has helped many wishes come true that have nothing to do with him, and often is spear heading the join WWE make a wish projects that give money to make a wish?


are you really saying he is "bad" for only picking one charity?

I agree with the "keeping it priavate" except all the things Cena dose HELPS the kids

more hear about make a wish, kid wants to be on tv


Cena has helped plenty of kids who WWE never tell you about, we have not heard about all 300 + wishes or the months that go in to some of them
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Nope. They're an entertainment company and Cena's a superstar. There's a reason they emphasize these things.
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Nope. They're an entertainment company and Cena's a superstar. There's a reason they emphasize these things.
And even if they did not, Cena is a man, a gorwn man, he can do what he fucking wants, if he wants to promote a charity that grants diying kids wishes he can, if he wants to promote a charity that gives to monkeys he can
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So charity work can't be commended unless they help out every foundation under the sun?
All I'm saying is, how genuine is it when you're only doing charities that the company tells you to do, and I don't give a fuck if the NFL, NBA, MLB, etc does the same. Seriously, everything I named is not "every charity under the sun", it's called helping out the community not boosting your fuckin ego by making your fans happy. I mean you guys want to ride his nuts about being charitable but when I name the simplest of ways of helping the community and youth out all of a sudden it's "Cena can't do everything!" Why not? It's what he's all about right?

EDIT: Did you edit "Celebrated" to Commended"? Could've sworn I saw that, but then again it's late and I'm super tired.
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