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I'd put him in a mental health charity T-shirt and watch him explode.
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They're very comparable from the sense that:

a) they both beat the shit out of everyone, heel and face, without remorse, and

b) they were both intended to be heels but were just so damn awesome the fans turned them face.

Different gimmicks, but very similar premises.
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Yes, I have been waiting for a Cena and Undertaker feud. I highly, highly doubt Undertaker will allow anyone to beat him at WrestleMania. I just doubt that would ever happen. However, Cena needs to destroy the Undertaker. It would be a fantastic feud and the perfect pathway for Cena to turn heel. This is more of a pipe dream, but I cannot see how the WWE would allow an opportunity like Undertaker vs. Cena dissipate.
They did feud back in 2003 when Cena was still a heel, and the feud produced a few great matches, most notably their quite good one at Vengeance 03. Obviously it would be a MUCH bigger deal now, but the past proves that the pair can produce good matches.


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post #34 of 81 (permalink) Old 08-02-2010, 11:55 AM
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They did feud back in 2003 when Cena was still a heel, and the feud produced a few great matches, most notably their quite good one at Vengeance 03. Obviously it would be a MUCH bigger deal now, but the past proves that the pair can produce good matches.
Yeah, I watched their Vengeance 2003 match last night. It was a really enjoyable match and was just at the point where John Cena starting getting a lot of attention. His 2003 feud with Kurt Angle was really good as well.

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Damn, even mainevent pops of today are a joke compared to that, makes Cena look like McIntyre lol. I really wonder if there is anyone who is capabable to achieve such pops in wrestling today (given the right push).
NOTHING can reach the attitude era crowd reaction. Not even sports today. Lakers win NBA finals at home and were the fans as loud as when Austin enters during attitude era....NO.


So enough with comparing them to attitude era stuff. We should be comparing them to fans today. If you compare a wwe audience to an nba audience or something like that, you'd realize that WWE audiences are much louder. Other than the pa system playing music that makes fans chant along with it, they don't really make noise compared to wwe fans that can start chants without any music or anything.

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NOTHING can reach the attitude era crowd reaction. Not even sports today. Lakers win NBA finals at home and were the fans as loud as when Austin enters during attitude era....NO.


So enough with comparing them to attitude era stuff. We should be comparing them to fans today. If you compare a wwe audience to an nba audience or something like that, you'd realize that WWE audiences are much louder. Other than the pa system playing music that makes fans chant along with it, they don't really make noise compared to wwe fans that can start chants without any music or anything.
Yeah, this makes me appreciate football crowds.
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Is it just me or does the OP always make threads that makes me wanna red rep them but I can't cause i already did lol.

Why do you watch WWE? Really.....

Complain about orton as face,act like cena means nothing to the company,dont like how cm punk is being booked, dont like many young talent on raw getting pushed.

Unless you're watching Raw just to make fun of it, I don't see how you can watch wwe.....
I'm not complaining about Orton as a face. Can you not read? I never complained about how Punk is being booked. Damn you're either illiterate or just lying for the sake of it.
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I drove by a store today and it said, "Going out of business SELL! Off by 80% Store everything in!"


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You say that, but he has been a face for a very, very, very long time. He's been playing a fan friendly gimmick since his before his first championship; in fact, he's been a consistent babyface since late 2003. Look at how many people have come and gone since then! Seven years is a long time to go without a turn of some sort. Now would be a pretty good time for a Cena heel turn as there are still enough young fans who idolize him who would be genuinely shocked. It would be like Hogan's turn in 1996 - nobody believed that would happen, either, and it was great for business.

The best way for this to happen is to have this happen:





Have Cena as the one who attacked Undertaker, build up a rivalry that leads to Wrestlemania and then have Cena end the streak! You'd have the hottest heel in professional wrestling.
Sorry but I can never see this happening. I'm not gonna get my hopes up for any sort of heel turn. But IF he ever did turn like that, I would mark out then. But merchandise sales are so big for Cena.....
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alright thank you, financial advisor -__-
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