Now, before anything can be fully determined as an opinion towards John Cena, his history has to obviously be looked at first.
Debuting in July 27, 2002, Cena had plenty of Ruthless Aggression. He debuted against Kurt Angle, answering his call for any worthy opponent in the back.
He looked to make his presence known. A "Future Star in the Making," if you will.
This approach though, could only lead him so far.
So on Halloween night of 2002, John Cena changed everything about him which soon led to the addition of his now patented FU.
He was a rapper, a thug, a man of the streets. Transforming into "the Doctor of Thuganomics" led to the rise of his beats.
He freestyled or rapped on anything and everything, this was in pursuit of what he wanted back then.
The WWE championship was in his sights. The problem was, he couldn't come out the champion on any given night.
During the year of 2003, his pursuit changed to what can only be defined as "Basic Thuganomics".
He couldn't win the big one, nothing new was to see. But a year later though, and his way of life became "You Can't See Me."
At the Royal Rumble, he promised a victory. Little did he know though, he would end up leaving the match with an injury.
But he came back, in a rampage where no one could touch him.
At WrestleMania 20, he won his first ever championship in Madison Square Garden by defeating the Big Show for the United States championship after giving him an FU.
He was then in the midcard until the year of the "rising stars," 2005.
He didn't win the Rumble but made it to the finals. But as a rising star, he made sure to make it to WrestleMania.
And that he did.
At WrestleMania 21, John Cena became WWE champion for the first time ever by defeating JBL.
The Chain Gang had arrived.
And for his first order of business, showing that he was here to stay, John Cena replaced the WWE championship with his own custom design that would last to this very day.
The Champ was here.........and Raw would be his new home soon.
He was drafted to Monday Night Raw in June 6, 2005.
From there on out, he would climb to become the company's top face.
All throughout the year, he'd be champion and he wouldn't lose it until a certain 'Ultimate Opportunist' cashed in his Money in the Bank briefcase.
But through dedication, he regained it and kept it all throughout 2005 to 2006.
In 2006, Edge defeated him, ending his reign in the process.
But Cena regained his belt, and went on to defend it for the next few months. He defeated every challenger in his way. He couldn't be stopped by any one opponent.
A unit was the only one capable of his demise.
At ECW One Night Stand 2006, RVD and his people were that unit. They dethroned the champ and John Cena didn't win, so there was no riot.
But, like always, John Cena found his way back to the WWE championship.
He regained it soon and defended it by battling many more worthy adversaries. He'd be champion or contending until October 2007, where he suffered a torn pectoral muscle, thus forcing him to forfeit his championship in the process.
A timetable for his return was unknown. All that was known was that he wouldn't return soon.
So when number 30 at the 2008 Royal Rumble came out, he was the last suspected entrant to enter.
And John Cena returns!
Like the champion he is, he fought back to regain his rightfully owned WWE championship. His journey was a success, as he either fought for or defended his championship from 2008 to 2010.
Or should I say part of 2008 to 2010.
Because you see, in Summerslam 2008, John Cena was injured once again in his match against John Cena.
This injury prevented him from wrestling once again for a few months but in November, John Cena managed to return at Survivor Series. He came back to become champion once again.
As promised, the champ was here and he managed to be in the tile picture all throughout 2010.
In 2010, after he defeated his many challengers one-by-one, he was faced with a new threat.
A threat in a group of rookies.
We Are One, we are one, we will stand together.
And that's the only way they were able to foil John Cena. It worked for awhile but Cena managed to conquer the odds.
His only worthy opponents from then on were The Rock and CM Punk.
This is what 2011 contained for Cena. Sporadic appearances in the title picture where he was rivaled with CM Punk and a feud of words for now with the Rock.
2012 is here though and that war of words will now be transformed into a full-on battle in the Rock's hometown at WrestleMania 28.
The main agreement between the fans is that most of the crowd, if not all of it, will be Anti-Cena.
How deserving is this statement's reasoning?