WWE Reborn: John Cena's Potential Heel Turn and 7 Other Thoughts

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WWE Reborn: John Cena's Potential Heel Turn and 7 Other Thoughts

WWE has seen a year of epic proportions so far.

The year started with abject state of things with no possible solution in sight for the woes of WWE programming.

John Cena had crossed the limit of being stale; Randy Orton was fast approaching it. Miz looked promising, but he had flaws as well. CM Punk and Wade Barrett were spiraled in the mess called Nexus. 

Every new thing WWE had tried had fallen flat on its face. Sudden retirement of Edge, and inactivity of Undertaker, Triple H further deepened the grave.

Nine months later here we stand, and it seems that an era has changed within such a little span. 

Well, the era has actually changed.

We were talking about how WWE should create its future in January. Today we are a part of that future.

What we have today is a complete turnaround of things. From a time when character turns did no good, we have to come a time where Mark Henry and R-Truth are two of the flagship heels of the company.

From the time when John Cena and Randy Orton were the only legitimate main event faces, we have reached a stage where CM Punk and Sheamus threaten to overhaul Cena and Orton in their respective kingdoms.

Poor Pay-Per-Views, lacklustre short term storylines, immaterial Raw and SmackDown episodes have all become a past to great extent.

Today we are actually waiting for the next Raw, and next SmackDown.

To this situation in few simple words...

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