"Teaming with WWE Hall of Famer Bret "Hit Man" Hart, Cena sent a powerful pre-Night of Champions message to WWE Title holder Alberto Del Rio, defeating The Mexican Aristocrat and his personal ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez."
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Friday, September 16, 2011
“I’m not waiting til Wrestlemania 28…
I’m coming to Survivor Series in November and ELECTRIFYING New York City like never before!
TEAM BRING IT – BOOTS TO ASSES.”
- The recently released WWE Survivor Series Video Promo stated that The Rock would be in the house – but now it appears The Rock will actually be getting back in the ring. As reported here earlier this week, WWE has been pushing very hard to get The Rock to wrestle at Survivor Series
The Match is: Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Tag Team Match.
Rock also posted a new version of the Survivor Series pay-per-view poster which reads, “The Rock and John Cena Join Forces: Never Before, Never Again.”
The Rock to appear in Survivor Series tag team match.
WWE sources have confirmed that The Rock and John Cena will be a part of a Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Tag Team Match.
Stay tuned for more details.
Thursday, September 15, 2011
“The 2011 edition of SummerSlam was one of the most talked about events of the year. CM Punk's battle with John Cena, Albert Del Rio cashing in his Money in the Bank briefcase for a shot at the title, Sheamus taking on Mark Henry, and more! Own this unbelievable night on DVD.”
- Stefan Gorges, who keeps a running list of WWE Superstar win-loss records, has provided some interesting statistics regarding John Cena
- Many WWE fans think of John Cena as “Super Cena” who never loses any matches – but Cena is on his way to his longest PPV losing streak in yers. After losing to CM Punk at Money in the Bank andSummerSlam – if Cena loses to Del Rio at Night of Champions – it will be his longest PPV losing streak since 2008. In the Summer of 2008, Cena lost to Triple H, JBL and Batista at 3 consecutive PPVs.
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio is fond of referring to himself as “the greatest of the great,” but as everyone knows, actions speak louder than words. So when The Mexican Aristocrat began gushing about himself, yet again, WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart decided to mercifully intervene. On behalf of his fellow Canadians, “Hit Man” informed Del Rio that a true champion fights his own battles and doesn’t take advantage of an injured man. When Del Rio threatened Hart, his Night of Champions opponent, John Cena, thwarted his bravado. The moneyed Mexican then decided to arranged a match pitting Cena against … Ricardo Rodriguez! The Cenation Commander-in-Chief then insisted Del Rio compete against Hart.
Before the situation devolved into chaos, Mr. John Laurinaitis intervened. The Executive Vice President of Talent Relations, on behalf of Triple H, arranged a tag team match pitting WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio & Ricardo Rodriguez against John Cena & Bret Hart.
Not only that, later in the night, World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton will also take on Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes and Triple H will face off one last volatile time with CM Punk before their No Disqualification Match at Night of Champion.
John Cena & Bret Hart def. WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio & Ricardo Rodriguez
The Mexican Aristocrat tucked tail and ran. Six days before facing Cena at Night of Champions, Del Rio tagged in Ricardo, who had entered the ring for his first-ever match, and scampered up the entrance ramp.
Meanwhile, his hapless lackey suffered both an Attitude Adjustment and a painful Sharpshooter on his way to a team loss.