Originally Posted by Tyrion Lannister
Got Riley de-pushed to the bare bottom of the card because he didn't laugh at Cena ribbing him.
Got Kennedy fired along with Randy Orton because Orton complained about taking a back bump from Kennedy that was perfectly fine and didn't even injure him.
Cheated with Mickie James when she was engaged to Kenny Dykstra and got him moved to SmackDown so they could continue the affair quietly.
Broke Michael Tarver's arm with a chair shot and then laughed about it backstage. Probably played a hand in him getting fired (Getting him fired is unconfirmed as his work, but given what we know, it's safe to assume)
I'm sure that's not even all of it, that's just the most readily available information. He's probably done a whole list of things that nobody who works with the WWE can talk about. He's an asshole, regardless of how many charities he does.
All speculation, reading dirt sheets like it's gospel.
Riley got de-pushed because he was a botching machine, putting others in danger. As for the Cena/Riley story, I read that Cena made a joke and instead of taking it like a man Riley got pissy over it. That's part of the wrestling business; veterans rib newcomers, especially if that newcomer sucks balls in the ring. You laugh and take it on the chin, move on.
Never heard Cena being connected to the Kennedy story. While Orton probably did tell Vince that Kennedy is dangerous in the ring, it's still all speculation as to why he got fired, we've only heard Kennedy's side of the story. He could have been a complete asshole backstage in the WWE.
Dykstra didn't say he got fired because of Cena, he thinks he got drafted to SD because of the Michie/Cena thing, that's it. This could very well be, it would not be the first time couples get broken up on purpose via the draft.
Every top guy does something "off" during their years at the top, it comes with being a top guy in the business. People are paranoid of their spots, plus the wrestling business is just a really strange, wacky, business. I've watched a lot of shoot interviews, listened to a lot of podcasts, and Cena 95% of the time gets praised for being a hard worker and a nice down to earth guy, not a backstabber at all. Is he a company stooge? Sure. Can ya blame him?