O.K. ... this might be from way out in left field, but ... I've got this vibe that Cena will be getting a face push. I just have this weird feeling that with Scotty 2 Hotty coming back in a few, that Grand Master Sexay (Brian Lawler) will get re-hired and reform Too Cool. And then the two will get paired with Cena and totally cheese him out ... sounds like a longshot, but we all know how Vince thinks and works.
www.deargodwrestling.com ... putting the "DEAR GOD" back into wrestling ..
But as I was watching the beginning of SD! I had the same thought. Cena was given A LOT of mic time before his match with Orlando Jones. And he wasn't even rapping. It looked like he was ready for another push(which made me happy). But then I guess it was all just for Orlando Jones' debut. But yea never know, he really was on the mic for a long time and was getting a lot of heat for talking to much.
Originally posted by Matt TrackerAny reason why Cena dropped the Protobomb finisher? I much prefer that to the DVD, which is a fairly mundane move these days.
Agreed. I always thought the Protobomb had more potential to fit in with the character. They could call it the "Turn Tables" or the "Broken Record" or something and it would fit due to the twisting motion - throw that in with a backwards hat, chain and a hand symbol and you've got a STAR, BAYBEE.
I noticed that when Cena did his DVD, it looked like he was dropping the guys right on their heads. My guess is they told him to switch the move so he wouldn't accidentally hurt someone. You know, like the piledriver ban.
he needs to bust out that flipping stunner/neckbracker more too. They could use that as the "Record Breaker". Or they could steal Disco Inferno's move name for his Stunner/Whippersnapper variation, the "Chart Buster". lol.
I wouldn't mind a bad ass heel Too Cool, but I think John's just fine as a singles character.
I have been thinking about this a lot. A lot. JBL's been the one pushing hardest for Daniel to join the Wyatt's, and it actually makes sense from his perspective. JBL joining a cult is arguably the best career decision he ever made.