Backing Up John Cena: The Man Deserves More Respect

John Cena.

A man of great integrity, passion, dedication and a love for the sport he became accustomed to at an early age. His road to WWE and during the courses of nature, he became the face of the company. To which many disregarded him as someone who couldn’t handle being the top dog. A lot of criticism came his way and never did he give up.

It is more than just a saying on a t-shirt, but a way of life. This is why John Cena is and should be to everyone as one of the most respected men in the entire industry for many years to come.

Over the past few years, Cena has embraced the “hate” from the fans for being stale, boring, to PG, a five-move master, the company status quo and many other cliché beings that he most certainly is. Consider this Enigmas….
1.He can have a good match with anyone from CM Punk to the Great Khali.
2.The passion is there and overflows through each time on-screen
3.Cena has always been about business and would go over anyone (look at Rocky).
4.John’s mic skills are bar-none one of the best the business has ever seen.
5.John Cena is a legend

In the eyes of the IWC, I would be shunned immediately for ever thinking of such a subject with such optimism and favoritism towards one of the most hated men to the age groups of 18-45 in professional wrestling.

Is he Shawn Michaels, CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Chris Jericho, Dean Ambrose or Seth Rollins? Absolutely not.

Can he wrestle as well as them? Absolutely not.

Is John Cena a man who I would put a wrestling corporation the head of? Absolutely.

At the end of the day, wrestling is all about business. Stone Cold Steve Austin has made it loud and clear that he would do anything Vince McMahon asked of him if it was good for business. To make a long story short, McMahon wanted Austin to put over Brock Lesnar over at King of the Ring in the first round. Austin refused because it wasn’t good for business.

John Cena faced the Rock at WrestleMania 28 and Johnson took home the proverbial championship. Cena put him over, because it was good for business. Disregard every rumor you heard, that was Cena’s call.

The Doctor of Thugonomics turned into superhero, John Cena has made it paramount that he wants to put 110% into this business because it is his life. When you have a person doing that for a company that millions and millions of people love, he cannot be anything but respected.

This feud with Brock Lesnar is to make Cena look like someone who can face all challenges. Which is not a character, but a triumphant truth in real life. He faces off against Laurinaitis and it seems as if Lord Tensai will be in Ace’s corner. It is just another challenge for Mr. Cena. Maybe he will win and he can be perceived as a “superhero”?

Whatever the case may be, Cena sells out crowds, sells merchandise, loves the business and is the business.

Like it or hate it, John Cena is sports entertainment.

This has never meant more than it does right now #riseabovehate #nevergiveup

– John Cena