John Cena Vs Big Show: Bigger Isn't Always Better

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John Cena Vs Big Show: Bigger Isn't Always Better

At Extreme Rules, John Cena and Big Show will collide once again in a Submission Match. According to the Show, he is the world's biggest athlete. I've seen bigger, but that doesn't mean he is the best, because bigger isn't always better.

John Cena isn't as big as Show, but he is determined, has a lot of heart, is a survivor, and is hungry enough to win this match, after all that he's been through because of the Big Show and RAW's GM Vickie Guerrero.

Show interfered when John and Edge were fighting for the heavyweight belt, when he choked slammed Cena into a 7,000 watt search light and couldn't get up for the standing 10 count.

Edge won the belt.

Of course, Vickie Guerrero was behind all that. She gave Show a match with Batista and the winner would get a shot at Randy Orton's belt.

Since then, they have been trying to wipe the other out of wrestling for good. John Cena beat the Show at Judgement Day by giving him the Attitude Adjuster(f u). After Show put Cena through that searchlight, John has been gunning for the giant athlete.

No matter what condition he was in, he would come out and distract Show and he would end up losing. Show does it back. This rivalry has to stop somewhere, sometime, somehow.

Maybe it will end at Extreme Rules.

They despise each other so much that maybe this time the rivalry will end once and for all. That's if Cena can make the Show tap.

It's going to be hard to put a submission on the Show because of his size. But John is determined to get the job done.

Show may be bigger, but size doesn't matter. The bigger they are, the harder they fall. So bigger isn't always better when your name is Big Show and your opponent is John Cena.

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