With John Cena still expected to take some time off, WWE is going to have some pretty big shoes to fill. They have already started looking over the roster to see who they can lean on even more. Right now, New Day is very high up on that list. Management feels that they have developed quite the connection with the audience and can help other acts to get over with them. Expect to see them used more on television.
October 13, 2015
A very interesting list was released by WWE this week. It ranked the performers with the most victories on pay per view events. Undertaker was the top guy with 91 victories. John Cena was right behind him at 85, which should provide even further fuel for his critics. Triple H, Kane and Edge rounded out the top five with 80, 63 and 59 victories respectively.
August 14, 2015
A new list has been released, and it shows which athlete has done the most for charity. To no one's surprise, John Cena was ranked #2, which is only a spot away from top ranked Cristiano Ronaldo, a famous soccer player. What does come as a surprise is that Roman Reigns made the list at #13. He does more charity work than people know about. Potential WWE star Ronda Rousey made the list as well.
August 13, 2015
A post on YouTube where WWE lists off their ten best move reversals, including the one where John Cena counters a flying cross body block from The Rock and turns it into an Attitude Adjustment. Plus, Eddie Guerrero shows the world how to counter the F5 that Brock Lesnar destroys people with.
July 19, 2015
It seems like Hulk Hogan is asked at least once a week about a potential return to the ring. It happened again this week while he was promoting Wrestlemania. The former world heavyweight champion stated that it would only work out if WWE let him work with a top level performer who is already massively popular with the audience. Hogan listed Roman Reigns, Steve Austin, The Rock and John Cena as potential opponents.
March 28, 2015