Last month, John Cena won the 2013 Royal Rumble match, thus earning the right to headline WrestleMania 29.
This marked the second time that Cena has won the Rumble (the first being 2008), sending the majority of WWE fans into a frenzy.
Cena just might be the most polarizing figure that the WWE Universe has ever seen. He is adored by women and children, yet hated by the majority of men in the 18-35 demographic. The hate that Cena garners from fans seems to lie in the belief that all the WWE does is put Cena over.
There are, of course, other reasons he is hated—his "good guy" character, his five moves of doom and the "super Cena-esque" situations the writers put him in.
However, at the end of the day, the overall consensus is that WWE forces Cena down the throats of the fans and puts him in the top spot over many other deserving wrestlers.
This simply isn't the case.