WWE: Do Kids Really Respect John Cena?

Micah ChenAnalyst IIIJune 25, 2009

BURBANK, CA - NOVEMBER 30:  Pro-wrestler John Cena arrives at the Inagural 'Arby's Action Sports Awards' held at Center Staging on November 30, 2006 in Burbank, California.   (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

I am only 12 years old and this is my first article, so cut me some slack.  I'm here to talk about John Cena and his fans.

Now, I have been a WWE fan for a few years and I have always HATED John Cena.  There is something about the dude that really gets on my nerves.

I have looked back at the 1990s version of John Cena and this is the guy that I have always wanted to see, the Doctor of Thuganomics.

John Cena's character has been stale from the beginning.  He has had the same thing for about five years and it gets so boring watching him win every single match! 

Every WWE Pay Per View he is main eventing, he wins.  I don't remember the last time I have seen him lose a match.

Now, when I watch Monday Night Raw, the fans are treating him like a heel.  It seems like the only real fans of John Cena are the seven-year-old kids who still think wrestling is real and the teen-age girls who only watch wrestling because of the good-looking guys.

For seven- to nine-year-olds, John Cena might as well be running into he ring with a cape on.  Then you get to the 11-15 year-old audience and they are literally booing him. 

Then you get to the older audience who have been watching wrestling since the 90s and they are chanting "you can't wrestle" just about every other match.

The fans hate John Cena so you might as well turn him heel.  How about turning somebody like Jeff Hardy as the new Cena.

He gets so much more cheering from the 11-15 year old fans AND the older guys in the audience.  And best of all, he doesn't win every match so we can expect something good out of him all the time.

This is coming from a 12 year old, Cena, I HATE you.  You're boring, you're stale, and the guys that chant "you can't wrestle" are right. 

Most of your fans are too young to stay up late enough to watch your matches, so you might as well give up.