At the lPPV event TLC, we all saw John Cena lose his belt to the Celtic Warrior, Sheamus. Then Cena came out on RAW the following night, apologizing for his loss. He promised never to lose again until he wins the title back.
Now does that mean he will lose after he wins his belt back? I know that sounds like a lame and stupid question, but it's feasible that it could mean just that.
The following week, John won his match, keeping his promise that he wouldn't lose. He and Sheamus however did have words.
So now we are three weeks after TLC and John Cena still doesn't have his belt back. Last week Cena and Sheamus went at it again. Of course the match was a back and forth kind of match.
Cena had the Celtic Warrior in the Attitude Adjuster when Sheamus very conveniently grabbed the ref and got himself disqualified. So right then and there, there was no loss on Cena's behalf, but not exactly a win because he didn't win his title back.
This past week, Sheamus told the WWE Universe that he's done with Cena and wants a different challenge. You have admit that he is good despite how we may feel about him.
Now then, where was Cena this week? I thought he would be there to challenge Sheamus, but there was no sign of him. Sheamus thinks John is a wimp and thinks that he doesn't deserve to have another title shot.
John may be out of the running for that belt especially if Sheamus doesn't want to give him another shot at it. It's good to see a different face at the top of the food chain instead of the same ones over and over again.
Don't get me wrong, I have a whole lot of respect for John, and his fans, including myself, would like to see him win the championship again but it may not be anytime soon. I may be wrong.
Seems like he is very determined not to let his fans down and I applaud that. Sheamus is a force to be reckoned with. He seems to know exactly what move John is going to use and he is there to counter it. He's one step ahead of Cena.
The question still remains. When John, will you get your belt back? Maybe he needs to take some time and put everything into perspective, then challenge Sheamus for a title shot.
Well fans, thank you for taking the time to read this. It's greatly appreciated!
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