WWE After WrestleMania: How Does John Cena's Positioning Affect CM Punk's?
CM Punk is the WWE Champion.
Coming out of WrestleMania victorious makes him the top Superstar on the roster at the moment and it seems like this ride is not about to end either. Extreme Rules is just a few weeks away and it happens to be in Chicago this year, Punk will be able to celebrate his reign in style among his peers.
There is no denying his current title reign has been a very successful one. Fans love him, his merchandise sells and his matches are great. He has held the WWE championship since the end of November and should he retain in Chicago, he will have passed The Miz as the longest of the last few years.
Such momentum puts his character in a very high place and it would take someone of high stature to stop it. Is that person John Cena?
As is stands right now, the leader of Cenation is caught between a Rock and a hard place, funny enough. His loss at WrestleMania is a big deal and the reaction he got from the fans on the next night would have crushed any ordinary man. To add insult to injury, Brock Lesnar returned and delivered his patented "F5" as a message to all who stand in his way.
The times have changed since last year. CM Punk has the tools he needs to continue forward with his career. Everything is in the right place now, he is not going anywhere anytime soon.
John Cena has a date with destiny. Not only will Brock Lesnar be someone to be dealt with but the fans as well. What must be going through the Cena character's mind right now? What do you do when so many people hate you? Something has to change.
Challenging CM Punk for the WWE championship right now is out of place. He has no business being in the picture.
What should John Cena do now?
The annual draft is coming...maybe a move to SmackDown could refresh both Cena and Friday nights. Hoping against hope that he will turn to the dark side is now becoming ridiculous and redundant, everyone move away from that thought.
There is no sign pointing towards a Cena/Punk feud in the near future, these two characters are miles away from each other. WWE can at anytime change that but it wouldn't be believable now would it?
Here is the perfect opportunity to hand the face of the company (John Cena) a much needed vacation period. Everyone needs time off and its not everyday you get an opportunity like this.
With only Lesnar in sight at the moment, John could have one match, lose and then leave due to an "injury" at the hands of the Next Big Thing. The WWE is in a safe place and would still sell PPVs without him. He could rest, re-energize and allow for everyone to forget about him a little bit, which would be beneficial in the long run.
CM Punk has his greatest challenges ahead of him, Randy Orton is still be around and Sheamus is the World Heavyweight Champion...time to see what these people are really made of.
Cena will never give up, as well he shouldn't but he is in no-man's land now and it is time to look deep within and consider new options. It is a positive thing for this character but it may prove to be a disaster for others once he decides what he wants to do.
Here comes the pain? That is damn sure. The WWE Universe hasn't seen anything yet.
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