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John Cena


Also known as Juan Cena, Prototype

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# Date Promotion Match Event type
1 05.11.1999 Ultimate Pro Wrestling Two On One Handicap: Prototype defeats Jobbers-R-Us (Funky Billy Kim & Troubled Youth )
UPW Entertainment Overload @ Galaxy Theatre in Santa Ana, California, USA
Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
SJ5522 wrote on 01.09.2015:
[10.0] "I personally put this guy at about a 9 or a high 8, but hell, I'll go for 10 because 7. 01 is an absolutely laughable rating for someone of his obvious ability. The internet needs to be shut down, it's creating legions of ingrates. If you rate him below 6 find a new hobby, seriously."
AidenSionis wrote on 01.09.2015:
[0.0] "John Cena is only best in kissing Vince McMahon's ass. Nothing special about him. WWE puts up some matches between John and new talents, but frankly speaking, these talents are buried by John, like Kevin Owens, Bray Wyatt, Dean Ambrose, Rusev. He is just acting like a hero just like Roman Reigns. Some wrestlers like Kofi and Daniel Bryan and Brock Lesnar, they have trained in some mix martial arts thing but John can't even throw a fist."
georgele12 wrote on 22.08.2015:
[0.0] "John Cena is the worst thing to ever happen to pro-wrestling. Never before (and hopefully never again) has there been a performer with as little talent as Cena sitting on top of the biggest wrestling company in the world for over a decade. Cena's wrestling ability is extremely overrated. Generally Cena's matches rely on continuous near-falls after each move to build any sort of suspense or drama because Cena's in ring psychology is so poor that it is near on impossible to by into anything that Cena does. He can't talk either. Shouting into a microphone and changing your promo to sucker up to whatever town your in does not by any means make you a good talker. Cena is completely monotone and rarely has anything interesting or intelligent to say, and instead relies on corny jokes and directing the focus to his opponent's flaws which completely takes away from the intensity that is meant to be prevalent in his respective feuds. Rating 0 is probably a little bit harsh, but John Cena is certainly not deserving of all the glory he's been aloud to soak in over the past 10 years, and this is especially the case considering all the guys who actually did have talent that he has since sent packing back down the card."
Piegas wrote on 19.08.2015:
[4.0] "The Hulk Hogan of our age. His in-ring ability is mediocre at best and this super-hero styled babyface gimmick is old and boring for at least 20 years. People are not even buying it anymore. Give it up, WWE."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 13.08.2015:
[10.0] "Certainly a source of derision from the IWC, John Cena has essentially become WWE's flagship wrestler. Though some could accuse him of burying the other talent, that accusation should be directed towards the WWE's creative staff instead of Cena. Due to his superior work ethic and durability, Cena earned the right to be a perennial champion and WrestleMania-caliber main event wrestler. Cena may be notorious for his "five moves of doom", but his mic skills, charisma, and goofy sense of humor make him entertaining. Though the Intercontinental Championship has eluded him, Cena's been awarded with every other WWE championship (and will go down in history as the most prolific WWE Champion of the Ruthless Aggression and "PG" Eras of the WWE. ) In addition to his championship accomplishments, Cena's made well over 300 Make-A-Wish appearances to sick children, which is three times the amount or any other professional athlete (without enjoying the off-season that those other athletes enjoy. )"
mrjoshdude wrote on 04.08.2015:
[9.0] "I could see someone justifiably giving him literally any number. I give him 9 because he puts on some of the greatest matches in WWE, will go down in history as one of the greatest of all time, and is undeniably the biggest draw in modern history. I would go the full 10 if he didn't destroy the careers of every single young and talented star on the rise. Just this year see he's done it to Rusev and Kevin Owens. And the argument that it's not his fault it's the bookers is nonsense, John might have just about more power in the company than anyone besides Vince himself. If John decided one day he didn't want to bury young stars, then it wouldn't be happening. Other than his stranglehold on the main event spot in the company however, he is fantastic."
Crampsy16 wrote on 19.07.2015:
[10.0] "The hardest working wrestler on the planet at this current time. Cena is a great wrestler, however WWE have dumbed his moveset down to 5 moves. In the last 10 years, nobody has been able to draw a bigger crowd than John Cena. He is great on the mic and his merchandise sales are through the roof. He will beat Flair's world championship reign of 16 times in the next year or two. Hustle. Loyalty. Respect"
BumFromTheDark wrote on 18.07.2015:
[10.0] "It's really strange to think we live in a world where somebody as great as John Cena, is so vastly underrated and under-appreciated. Definitely in the top 5 greatest wrestlers ever, his matches show that and his drawing power show it also. In the past 10 years nobody has drawn more than him and we've yet to find another bigger guy since. To say Cena is past his prime is ridiculous and his recent matches with Kevin Owens and such prove he's still in his prime and still has plenty of successful years to come."
Ruiner87 wrote on 09.07.2015:
[7.0] "Quite a good worker, and obviously very great on the mic when given the correct material. Unfortunately, over a decade into his career, Cena will routinely make rookie mistakes and while he can put on amazing matches with equal or better workers, he is not capable of carrying lesser workers to good matches (outside of that one Khali match). Sloppy execution of moves is also a big detriment to his matches. Still, he's carried the WWE for a decade now, and while his promos/storylines/etc. aren't usually great nowadays, he usually delivers on PPV."
ProveMeWrong wrote on 03.07.2015:
[10.0] "The fact that I have to justify this rating is laughable. Who would’ve thought that a 'Prototype' could be so perfect? John Cena has proven time and time again that he is head and shoulders above his peers across all the key areas that make for an entertaining pro wrestler. Whether it be an exciting back and forth match-up showcasing much more than his alleged 5 moves or adapting like no other on a live microphone to suit the occasion, Cena is worth every cent of his lofty paycheck. I dare you to find a harder working more passionate man about this business than Cena; you can't. Love him or hate him, there is no denying that he is the most popular character in the history of this industry. A crowd seems to wake up exclusively when Cena's theme hits and falls back asleep after his segment is done. There is definitively no one better on promo than John Cena and he would be in the top 5 for in-ring performers of all time. If you could give more than a rating of 10 it would be reserved for Cena alone; he truly is 'untouchable'."

Current Total Rating
Valid Votes: 1372
Number of comments: 886
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Average Rating: 7.01
Average in 2015: 7.43
Average in 2014: 6.48
Average in 2013: 6.50
Average in 2012: 6.76
Average in 2011: 6.57
Average in 2010: 6.32
Average in 2009: 6.99
Average in 2008: 7.54
Average in 2007: 7.35

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