WWE: How Will We Remember John Cena Once His Career Is Over?
WWE Is Led By John Cena, But Will the Face of the Company Become A Legend?
You either love John Cena, or you hate him.
It's the nature of the fan base right now. You have your children and women who love Cena and give him the loudest pop when his music hits and he comes down to the ring. Then you have your older male fans, who boo Cena mercilessly at every pass.
No superstar has ever had this type of dynamic and we're really treading new ground in terms of fan support for the biggest face in the entire company. Vince McMahon has put almost all of his eggs in the John Cena basket and rightfully so.
The man is a constant worker. He has improved in the ring and does a ton of charity work and promotions for WWE events. There are few stars who have stepped up in the way Cena has and he's helped spread the brand.
In the end though, he's not going to have the legacy of a guy like Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin or The Rock. Those are guys who took the company to new heights, created memorable moments and helped revolutionize the industry.
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Cena's just a hard worker who picked up the ball and went with it, and that's to be commended, but in the end, those guys aren't legends, they're just people who had a couple of championship runs and carried the company for a little bit.
There's a lot of miles left on his tires, so there's plenty of time for Cena to shape his legacy and define how he'll be remembered when we discuss him and his career.
But for now, it's an unimpressive legacy.
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