John Cena Calls out LeBron James, Wants to Dribble His Head Like a Basketball

Katie Richcreek@BookstoreKatieFeatured ColumnistJuly 17, 2015

People.com

After challenging Michael Strahan to a painfully awkward rap battle earlier this week, John Cena is preying on his next victim: LeBron James.

The professional wrestler called out his Trainwreck co-star on Friday, challenging the Cleveland Cavaliers star to step into the ring with him so he can "dribble his face on the canvas as if it was a Spalding basketball."

And as if that weren't colorful enough, he added he was going to rip LeBron's spine out of his back and "perform a double tomahawk jam to a fan in the third row eating nachos, sipping on a 72-ounce Coke."

We give you props, John. That was much better than the rap battle.

[People]

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