John Cena is a skillful wrestler who has soon become one of the wrestling biggest stars. He has been on the top of his game and gives impressive performances. However he believes he should have been more productive in his career. Recently WWE has dedicated this month of June to celebrate his 20th anniversary. It marks his debut date and everyone wants to celebrate it with style. The man himself is reflecting on the past and present happenings at WWE. Here is all you need to know about John Cena:
John Cena Revives His memories With WWE
The month of June is special for John Cena as it marks his 20th anniversary. WWE is trying to celebrate it with him. Even John is reliving all the moments by re-watching them on a series called ‘WWE Playback’. Even with all the celebrations going, John is doing any celebration separately.
He is taking time to break it down on what could be better and different for him. You will be surprised to know that he criticized his own behavior and performances all this while. During a backstage segment with the popular wrestler Undertaker, he showed him a lot of respect. However the young John Cena upset Kurt Angle inside the ring. This makes Cena unhappy with his behavior but he is happy to learn a lesson through it.
“It’s not a shame cause it was a good learning experience, and the story turned out okay,” Cena said, “But especially now, after I see the match and I see the audience with where they lose interest, you have to slow down, you have to tell a story and just doing what I was told in performances like that almost got me fired. I could see why cause you look at the audience, nobody cares’.
John To Make His Return on WWE RAW
John Cena is delighted to make a comeback on June 27th edition of ‘WWE Raw’. It is the exact date of his debut year where he had a faceoff with Kurt Angle at SmackDown. Apart from that he breaks down one of the most unforgettable moments from 20 years of his career. You need to catch up with Cena Month edition of WWE Playback. Here is what he has to say on his 20th anniversary:
I guess looking back at it, I’m grateful for the moment, I’m grateful I debuted in such a historic arena with such an amazing performer [in Angle], but I’m also grateful it didn’t go well cause it taught me, especially when ‘The Doctor of Thuganomics’ character was introduced, I was neither ruthless nor aggressive. I was quite submissive, and passive, and acted like a fan, and I was.
That’s okay, but you can’t do that there. You have to stand out. You have to have a personality where somebody can attach to, and everybody would have done the exact same thing in my interaction with the Undertaker, whether they were a paying customer or backstage. Everybody would have done the same thing. So what does that make me different than anybody else? That stuff is nice, but it didn’t help at all.”