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23-year-old business student from the University of the West of England, Bristol.
I’ve been writing for Bleacher Report for over two years now, having initially dabbled in the world of football before finding my niche in pro wrestling. Still a huge fan of both worlds; football as I’m incapable of rescinding my love of Arsenal, and wrestling because apparently I’m yet to master the art of growing up.
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Cena/Orton has been done to death, but I still feel like they'll be able to put on a good match. Regarding Cena in the midcard at 'Mania, that's personally the way I think he should be used these days (partly because I don't want him to break Ric's record). But I imagine McMahon will be reluctant to have Cena too far from the main event. You watching HIAC then pal?
If the match was stellar... it's only because Randy carried Cena's bulky ass
as usual. And surprise, surprise... '' Mr. Nice Guy'' doesn't put over Randy.
So... it's hard to believe now that John Cena will be left out of the main event
picture come WM. He's just too selfish and insecure repositioning himself.
Sorry man... but he's shattering Ric Flari's record. And no... I had no plans
watching HIAC. And judging by the results of the PPV... good thing I didn't.
''Completely agree, I think they did such a good job of building Cena/Orton given it's the millionth time they're going at it. Genuinely looking forward to seeing that one now, although I've got a feeling they're going to have Cena win and have his rematch with Lesnar. Orton vs. Lesnar would definitely be a more appealing match, but is there much point if they're just going to keep the belt on Lesnar so he can defend it at WrestleMania?''
The possible tease of Randy turning face changes the dynamic. With that being
said, Orton/Cena AGAIN... leaves a sour taste in my mouth. Luckily, Ambrose got
spared. He doesn't have to experience the category five Cena storm just yet. As a
Christmas gift, Orton might win. But... it won't be a clean W. Lesnar making it all
the way to Mania requires belief from the top up. Is Vince Mcmahon comfortable
booking Cena midcard for the explosive event twice?
Solid. Ambrose getting no reaction was a bummer, a great stipulation to spice up the Orton-Cena match.Hope Orton wins so I can see a dream match. Yours ?