WWE No Way out 2012 Matches: John Cena Due for Giant Performance vs. Big Show
Question: Who is the one opponent to be thoroughly embarrassed by the face of WWE John Cena in recent months?
Answer: Ringside announcer Michael Cole.
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Ever since Cena lost to The Rock at WrestleMania, he has been a punching bag for the rest of the WWE. He “won” at Extreme Rules over Brock Lesnar but ended up being the one that was clearly bloodier and more beat up.
To make matters worse, he lost to the suit John Laurinaitis at Over the Limit. On RAW he lost to the joke that is Tensai. Nothing has been going his way lately.
That is about to change at the No Way Out PPV on Sunday in the featured event against the suddenly heel turned Big Show in a steel cage match.
The gigantic stipulation of this match is that if Big Show loses, "Mr. People Power" Laurinaitis will be fired by WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. With Big Johnny virtually the only supporter of Show at this point, that “Ironclad” contract he signed is going to be on thin ice if Laurinaitis is gone.
Big Show has been strong in his return to the limelight, but this isn’t about him. This is about getting Cena back on track and allowing him to regain the swagger he had before April. The hero of the WWE universe can only be down for so long before fans stop caring, and the creative team is teetering that line right now.
What Happens on Sunday?
They need Cena to knock off the “bad guy” and restore order to the WWE. Laurinaitis’ reign will briefly end, but I’m sure McMahon will back off his decision due to some sort of stipulation that WWE loves to always toss in.
There is no doubt this is going to be a highly entertaining match. Cena and Big Show have a long and storied history of facing off against each other, and fans will not be disappointed.
This could be just the latest chapter in their ongoing feud, or maybe WWE is just ready to get rid of Laurinaitis, but when all of the momentum is leaning in one direction, the opposite almost always occurs.
Cena is the big star of the sport, and he will remind us all of as much this weekend at No Way Out.
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