Kelly Kelly: Why WWE Diva Is the Female Version John Cena

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Kelly Kelly: Why WWE Diva Is the Female Version John Cena

Anyone who has read my articles when it comes to commenting on divas knows my feelings about Kelly Kelly. Everyone loves her because she looks great and... that is it. Okay, people dig her personality as well.

She was introduced to the WWE on ECW. She was the chick that danced and was half naked all the time. Everyone watched it, everyone loved it and everyone wanted to know more about her. Can she wrestle? Is she really a WWE diva or just a hot girl? What will WWE do with her if she is a diva?

There were many questions when Kelly Kelly came about, and to this day she remains one of the most popular divas and a fan favorite all over the WWE Universe. If anyone asked anyone who Kelly Kelly was, they would be able to answer. She seems to be liked by just about everyone.

Not me.

When Kelly Kelly comes on the screen, I frown, my body is disgusted and my brain wants to kill itself. The site of her makes me sick, and I cannot stand to watch her in the ring. Her music is irritating, and I desperately want to turn off her matches, but I do not in order to judge her fairly.

This could be a shocker for some people reading this, and the question that is popping into their heads is, "Why?"

Another one might be "How can anyone not like Kelly Kelly? She is gorgeous and is the Divas Champion. She is cute, sweet sounding, and is a good person." That is what the slideshow will be about. Just like my dislike for how John Cena treats himself when it comes to his character (or lack thereof) in the WWE, I dislike Kelly Kelly for similar reasons. 

In this slideshow I will reveal aspects of her that make me sick and to show to people how much she truly is the female version of John Cena.

So without a further ado, let the slideshow begin.

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