John Cena: Hustle, Loyalty, Respect
John Cena is a big-match player. He takes the pain. He bounces back. He banters well – with the audience and with in-ring smack-talk; he’s a promo-master and he’s cleverly worked out how to own his line-call persona of being an over with the kids babyface that sells t-shirts whilst also being a spiritual heel to the angry internet-ragers who cannot handle his cartoonishness.
John Cena is good. He’s good at being champ. He’s good at taking beatings. He’s good at selling the drama. And yet none of that means anyone wants a 2-disc set of 15 of his matches from the last five years.
But here we are.
There’s entirely too much Rusev, there’s a long, old-in-the-tooth clash with Triple H (they were better, like all of us, when they were younger) and there’s a couple of actually really-bad matches (Kane).
But Cena is a worker. A hard worker He’s going to put himself through it. And he’s going to do the time.
And if you want to watch him do that again – and then again – then you now have this double-disc of 15 crawlers to work through. You can do the work. You can put yourself through it. You can see how much of six hours you can last.
Cena has the same set of moves. And he will do them. You will see them in your sleep…which you will have earned if you watch all (or maybe) any of this.
Now none of what I’ve said above means anything to most people.
And this will not be the last John Cena DVD.
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