WWE wrestler Brodus Clay spoke with Brian Fritz at WWE Fan Axxess and shared a story about how John Cena made his WrestleMania 28 occur. "Actually, last year, I didn't know what I was doing," Clay said. "It was very hush, hush. When we finally found out what we were doing and we did a couple of rehearsals to get ready for it then we were excited. We actually ran out of time.
"I was in what we call Gorilla (position) getting ready to go out and do this dance that I'd practiced so hard and all the dancers and stuff and was extremely nervous and we actually ran out of time. John Cena, suddenly he walked over and looks and me and goes, 'I have to go to the bathroom.'
"There's a guy who's getting ready for his match with The Rock and he actually 'went to the bathroom.' He asked, 'How long do I need to go for?' I said, 'Six minutes.' He said, 'I'll be back in six minutes,' so we were able to slide out there and get it in. If it wasn't for him, we probably wouldn't have saw it last year." View the full interview at BetweenTheRopes.com.
That was a cool thing for Cena to do when he didn't have to.
Not a fan of either and the Brodus' Momma skit wasn't that great. All the same, don't care what anyone says - Cena taking six minutes off a career-highlight main-event match with the Rock to give a new guy his first Mania moment is pure class on his part.
"Well sir, I guess there's just a meanness in this world..." Current Fave Five: :heyman
Regardless of the quality of the segment, it just goes to show you the pure class of a man who was just about to head into the biggest match of his life. The guy worked hard to get everything he has and continues to work hard every single day. Until somebody WANTS IT more, nobody's getting his spot.
The ultimate company guy.
"He's not the biggest. He was never the strongest. He was never the fastest. He was overlooked. He went in the sixth round. So with that being said, all of the intangibles that a quarterback is supposed to have, they overlooked it with him because it was burning from inside of him" - Ray Lewis on Tom Brady