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Dolphins1925 Incorrectly Predicts Night of Champions Match, Cena’s First Post-Surgery Workout Video

– John Cena tweeted his first post-surgery workout video:

“Motivated by @FloydMayweather feel #evenstronger 2day 26 days after surgery. @WWEUniverse #NOC #nevergiveup”

– Reddit user Dolphins1925 incorrectly predicted the World Heavyweight Title match at Sunday’s WWE Night of Champions pay-per-view. He predicted Del Rio would defeat Rob Van Dam but RVD won by DQ. Dolphins1925 then wrote:

“Alberto Del Rio was the loser. There is no justifying that selection. My source was wrong. He believes it was changed on a fly during the match and only a handful of individuals knew about it. In other words, WWE has done its job. The rest of winners on the card were scheduled to be Ambrose, Shield, Axel & Heyman, and Bryan.”

He did get the rest of the card right as he made that post before the Dolph Ziggler vs. Dean Ambrose match.

  • Elvis Dolinski

    I agree, its kinda of a mind fuq when it happens, but for some reason they like Del Rio as champ, don’t get WWE logic sometimes

  • ddfindl

    All these wrestlers need to get off Mayweather’s d*ck

  • SEAMUS1976

    Rvd in the 1st place was never goin to win clean

  • CC

    Winning by DQ and the loser retaining has always been one of the things I have never liked or understood about wrestling. Yeah its done to give more heat to the heel champion and potentially extend the feud, but to me it always comes across as an easy way out for wresting creative teams. Cheating to win and getting away with it is fine, but blatantly getting DQ’d and retaining always cheapens a match for me.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    RVD still didn’t technically win IMO.