Future WWE Hall of Famer and multi-time WWE champion, John Cena took to social media via Instagram to highlight drawings of fellow WWE mainstay R-Truth dressed as ‘his childhood hero’s’ latest character – The Peacemaker, attempting to bring the character to WWE. Cena will be playing The Peacemaker in a soon to be released DC television show and the highly anticipated ‘Suicide Squad 2’. John Cena recently said that him returning at WrestleMania 37 would be very selfish.
Although, one member of the WWE Universe took it to himself to point out one very critical fact – that Cena didn’t credit the artist that come up with the renderings of R-Truth originally. However, in a follow-up post, Cena took things to an entirely new level as he dedicated an entire post on Instagram to the artist. As the WWE Universe member put on Twitter: “John Cena got bullied on IG to credit the artist he stole from so in John Cena fashion, he dedicated a whole post with the artist’s name.”
In other news regarding John Cena, during a recent edition of ‘The ARN Podcast’, former WWE agent and wrestling legend Arn Anderson discussed John Cena originally choking out talent when started to implement the STF into his moveset. Anderson told Conrad Thompson the following.
“I gave him the move because I saw it in Japan,” Anderson said. “I thought it was a tremendous finish. You trap the guy’s leg, his knee is bent uncomfortably, and then you reach up and you hook him around the jaw. Apparently he did snug it up when he first started using it and some guys said ‘Hey man, you’re choking me out, you need to loosen up.’” This John Cena ‘lie’ about WrestleMania 37 was revealed not too long ago.
Credit to Wrestling Inc. for the transcription.
John Cena got bullied on IG to credit the artist he stole from so in John Cena fashion, he dedicated a whole post with the artist’s name. pic.twitter.com/GmUsZDRSHX
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