Originally posted by dMpI am not a Cena basher, and I don't care for it these days. But if he is the hero he is/was supposed to be, he would have said 'no' to the match that night and say he wants Rey well rested. Even if it was suggested by HHH and Rey agreed to it.
That's what the noble knight, which he so often has to play, is supposed to do. The fact that he doesn't do it, makes him a selfish a-hole.
Yeah, agreed. To your point there was a moment that me and my friends always reference when making fun of Cena and that's the time Bret Hart said John Cena is the Bret Hart of this generation.
Any righteous hero would have at least acted modest, but Cena just nodded his head emphatically. And said "Thank you." with a dead-serious face.
Well, Paul Heyman was Lesnar's agent. You knew that, right? Heyman turned on Lesnar in a match for the title at the November PPV. Lesnar had given the Big Show the F5, and was pinning him, when Heyman pulled the ref out.