After The Club took The New Day’s Xavier Woods out of action during Raw’s six-man main event and used their numbers to their advantage, John Cena evened the odds and gave Luke Gallows an Attitude Adjustment for his troubles, while Karl Anderson ate a Big Ending from Big E.
Cena stood triumphant as Raw went off the air, but at WWE Money in the Bank, his one-on-one battle with AJ Styles will essentially be a 3-on-1 scenario as long as The Phenomenal One has Gallows & Anderson in his corner. Will The Club give Cena an early, painful preview of what he can expect next Sunday in Las Vegas?
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WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon and WWE Superstar John Cena will be guest speakers at this year’s Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity on June 23 in Cannes, France.
McMahon and Cena will be speaking about WWE’s evolution and how to keep audiences engaged for more than 50 years. They will discuss WWE’s growth from revolutionizing pay-per-view in the 1980s, to launching WWE Network and keeping the WWE Univserse involved while simultaneously expanding reach and viewership.
TBT: Cena talks cars, steroids, country music
In the spirit of “Throwback Thursday” here’s what wrestling superstar John Cena had to say during a visit to the Dayton Daily News 10 years ago.
John Cena is a big fan of Dayton. After all, it’s where he regained his World Wrestling Entertainment U.S. championship a few years back. Continue reading Throwback Interview: John Cena Interview With Daytona Daily News
This Money in the Bank, it’s Christmas in July — or more accurately, WrestleMania in June — as AJ Styles is set to take on John Cena in what pretty much everyone is calling a “Dream Match” worthy of The Showcase of the Immortals itself. Despite all that, Cena came to Raw relatively riled up that The Phenomenal One opted to cheap-shot him and bring The Club into the equation.
Cena demanded an explanation from Styles and he obliged, summing his buddies’ presence as an insurance policy to keep his momentum going should Cena get the better of him. The assembled Club then headed to the ring to make an example of Cena, only to be cut off at the pass by The New Day, who came to Cena’s aid before their main-event clash with The Club. Feel the power, baby.