It’s been a long time since John Cena has been one of the most controversial characters in WWE history. He has made a name for himself in the sport of wrestling. In the beginning, fans loved Cena because of his freestyle rhyming persona, which made them laugh every week. Cena’s fans split up when he changed from a heel to a typical face. More young people liked Cena’s character than some of the people who were really into him.
- It was hard to believe him when he did some things on screen that made people doubt him. Over the course of his career, we’ll look at some of Cena’s more shady moves. He did things that he later regretted, even though he was shown as an innocent white meat babyface. See how far he went against the rules. The following is a list of the ten things John Cena has done that were the worst in WWE.
- He lost to JBL at WrestleMania 21 and became WWE Champion. A better “I Quit” contest was held on Judgment Day in 2005. JBL and Cena were given a second chance to compete in it.
- There was a lot of blood on both men during the fight. When Cena grabbed a huge steel pipe, JBL ran away in fear. A glass panel fell on top of JBL after his victory, so Cena used the weapon to send him flying.
- You can’t get any better of a WrestleMania 27 main event than that between John Cena and The Miz. There were more people watching The Rock’s return to WWE and his feud with Cena than there were watching the match itself, which was a big mistake.
- It’s also about John Cena’s worst wrestling performances ever.
Nobody was interested in a singles match between John Cena and Miz in the main event of the most important show of the year. Miz and Cena made a stinker in front of a quiet crowd in the next match. Worst match in history. The only thing that was good about it was the Rock interrupting.
When CM Punk and John Cena went toe-to-toe in the summer of 2011, it was clear that Cena was playing it safe. Because Punk’s contract was about to be up, they were supposed to face each other in the main event of MITB.
To stop the match before it started, Vince McMahon fired Punk and fired the ref, but the match didn’t stop. Even though Cena didn’t want to, he agreed with McMahon’s corporate pro-WWE remarks when he backed Punk. Cena’s denial of Punk’s claims was a bad idea, given how quickly Punk rose to prominence.
During WrestleMania 31, John Cena and Rusev were fighting for the United States Championship. Cena was trying to stay out of the picture for the world championship, though. Before the last PPV, Rusev did not want to fight Cena again in the story.
He put Rusev in the STFU submission and asked for a match at WrestleMania between the two of them during his attack on Raw. Because he went so far to get the match, he looked like an arrogant jerk, which was not who he was.
In the time that John Cena was WWE’s face, Vickie Guerrero rose to become one of the company’s most well-liked villains. In time, the two would run into each other. In 2009, when Cena took on Vickie’s boyfriends Edge and Big Show, it was the best moment.
At the end of a segment with Jerry Lawler and John Cena, Guerrero was mocked for how he looked. It would be bad for him to say things about her looks and weight in today’s WWE, but when he was WWE’s top star, they were fine.
On the way to their WrestleMania 28 main match, John Cena and The Rock got to know each other a little bit better. A lot of his promos were in the PG-13 range in the weeks leading up to the show.
On the Rock’s wrist, Cena thought that he was writing promotional lines for his show. When Cena said that, The Rock looked like he didn’t like it. The Rock is said to have been angry that Cena broke character and talked about an internal issue that had caused real stress before their fight.