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Settle down, Cena!
You’re not about to die, you don’t have to retire, you’re only going to be gone for six weeks (maybe less).
Cena laid it on so thick on Raw though, you’d think this would be the last we’d ever see of him.
"With my future now in question, I wanted to come out here and thank you personally." he told the crowd.
His future is in question? Why should anyone buy this?
Remember when he gave that passionate speech about how he was going to go home and spend time with his wife, and then he came back the next week?
What about after the match with Brock Lesnar where he told the crowd he was going to be gone for awhile, and he showed up the next night?
He then went off into "insider" mode in his promo, but what he said didn't make any sense:
"I know those guys aren't going to like this too much, but I'd personally like to thank you for your support of this" (the Rise Above Cancer awareness).
What is he talking about?
What "guys" aren't going to like him trying to promote the awareness campaign they've been promoting heavily for weeks?
The middle rope is pink, the foundation's name is on the entrance ramp and the announcers take multiple breaks during every show to promote the campaign.
Cena made absolutely no sense, but he said it because he wants to appear that he's breaking the script and telling the fans how it is.
But if he likes to play by his own rules then why does he resort to garbage like this:
"CM Punk is a monkey-franken-ship sinking-son of a bee sting that better get his gol' darn crap happy doggy bath straightened away."
His doggy bath straightened away?
That is literally what he said. Please, just take a moment and try to imagine Steve Austin, The Rock, Goldberg or The Undertaker saying that last line.
Then he apologized and said hoped he kept that PG.
Why does Cena feel the need to constantly remind us that this is a PG show? Who is that benefiting? Why does he keep breaking the fourth wall?
On Breaking Bad, Walter White doesn't suddenly stop, look at the camera and say "Sorry folks, I can't say the 'F' word, this isn't premium cable."
There was so much wrong with Cena's promo this week that he easily earned his spot as the Worst of the Week. Congratulations, Cena, you've really out done yourself!
He teased a fake retirement (again) and reminded us that we watch a show for children all in the same promo.
Well, that's all for this week! After that Cena rant, I need to go lay down. Agree? Disagree? Did anything worse happen? Sound off below.