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- Feb 7th, 2006, 09:51 PM #1
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M just crazy about the style of this dude.....cant wait to see him
Wrestling superstar to visit India
February 07, 2006 18:34 IST
World Wrestling Entertainment's (WWE) star performer and champion John Cena will be see in Mumbai on 9th and 10th of February, courtesy of Ten Sports.
To those of you who are scratching your heads wondering who John Cena is?
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- Feb 8th, 2006, 11:48 AM #2
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He's a very good wrestler + v. good on the mic.LUC WAS HERE (2002 - 2009)
- Feb 8th, 2006, 01:41 PM #3
John Cena just regained the title from Edge at the Royal Rumble......one of the horrendous decisions ever to be taken by Vince McMahon by completely and utterly downplaying the tremendous heat Edge received from both sides of the fence, while conveniently ignoring the rating he brought on his first-night ever in the main-event of RAW as a champion with his "live sex". Even though Triple H was behind the decision (as has been reported by several medias now), the ultimate decision lies in the hands of the chairman of the board, and I, alongwith many, do not agree with it. The largest reason it was written in the script was because Triple H wanted a title match with Cena at Wrestlemania (Edge would have been a great choice - heel vs. heel).
Anywho, yes, this is great news. I have seen the guy before, and the crowd (especially teenage girls) treat him as larger than life. Good to read!
- Feb 8th, 2006, 04:41 PM #4
I suggest those who will be in the presence of Cena to ask him for a personal photograph, as well as take something alongwith you in order for him to get you an autograph. Even better if you actually already have his merchandise handy, but it doesn't hurt to visit ShopZone every once in a while.
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- Feb 13th, 2006, 10:36 AM #5
Originally Posted by dhobi_bhaiLUC WAS HERE (2002 - 2009)
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- Feb 15th, 2006, 02:25 AM #6
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All these wrestlings are Fraud, there is no real fight.
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- Feb 15th, 2006, 07:41 AM #7Originally Posted by Iconoclast
It's important to give credit where it's due and learn what is real about pro wrestling. The moves the wrestlers do to each other don't hurt as badly as the wrestlers pretend they do, but they're still no picnic. It is also real when wrestlers bleed. They rarely use fake blood (there are obvious exceptions, such as Gangrel's "blood baths," in which his opponents have gallons of blood-like substance dumped on them) in matches. The most common way for wrestlers to make themselves bleed is to keep a razor blade taped up on their wrists, hands, or fingertips, which is then exposed when it's time for them to cut themselves. When a wrestler cuts himself it is called "blading," and when he then bleeds it is called "juicing." These occur when a wrestler's opponent has landed a supposedly devastating move on him. He will quickly cut himself across the forehead, which will produce enough blood to give him a convincingly battered appearance. They almost never cut themselves anywhere else, as doing so would be extremely dangerous. Wrestlers also, occasionally, bleed from actual contact. They try to pull their punches, but they really do hit each other, and accidents happen. Please understand that the injuries that are suffered in this business are absolutely real, without a shadow of a doubt. There is no definition of a pain described in real terms when a piledriver or an armdrag goes terribly wrong.
I can't possibly think of the last time I marked so hard for a victory. It nearly brought a tear to my eye seeing an all-around-deserved victory of Benoit on the grandest stage at Wrestlemania, alongwith Guerrero coming out and giving a hug in the middle of the ring, crying at his fullest. When Guerrero won the title at No Way Out 2004 and hugged his dear mother sitting ringside, one cannot express the emotions of joy and feelings of happiness, alongwith a river of tears in my eyes. Classic moments have come and gone, and those who can appreciate the fact that these are human beings just like the rest of us, and pass through the stages of merriness and distress is one of the very first steps in realizing that the use of such a word is strictly prohibited in all vacanities, in every neighborhood and amongst all groups of people who still tune into Monday Nights promptly at 8 ET in order to enjoy one of the single best aspect of entertained sports of all-time.
- Feb 17th, 2006, 08:36 AM #8The Chain Gang is alive and well in India
By Ed Williams III
February 14, 2006
At arenas all over the United States, John Cena’s Chain Gang soldiers show their support for The Champ. But the Chain Gang certainly isn’t exclusive to the United States. Cena recently found this out firsthand when he went on a promotional trip all the way to India. The support for the WWE Champion was unprecedented and definitely caught The Champ off guard. WWE.com recently caught up with Cena and got his thoughts on the trip.
WWE.com: How did the trip to India come about?
John Cena: The trip was for what we call “product awareness.” WWE has not been to India in a long time, but we have a great TV affiliate over there called Ten Sports. They’re really taking care of us on the TV side. They air the heck out of our programming. I could see it anytime I wanted to on the TV in my hotel room. There’s more than a billion people in the country, and a lot of them watch our programming, so we wanted to make a visit to basically say, “Thank you.”
WWE.com: Were you expecting such a huge turnout?
John Cena: We did two mall-style appearances. The first one we did was at a place called Crossroads Mall. There were about 2,000 people there, and they said there would only be about 300 people. It was packed. Then, the last stop we made, was at Normal Lifestyle Mall. You get this quote a lot when asked this type of question, but I have never been in front of a crowd that amazing before in my life. The stage actually collapsed at one point. It was a sea of excitement. There was well over 10,000 people there. I know it’s cliché, but people were literally hanging from the rafters. It was storybook. I felt like I was in the World Series. Not since WrestleMania have I seen a crowd that energetic.
WWE.com: Were you surprised to see how widespread the Chain Gang has become?
John Cena: Not in a million years. And they were right with me with everything I said. It’s a foreign country, but they understand a lot of our language. They knew my theme song and everything. At the Crossroads Mall a rapper opened up for me and we did an impromptu freestyle session and all the fans got with it. We couldn’t do anything at the other place because it was just mass chaos.
WWE.com: What was your favorite part of the trip?
John Cena: The people. The city itself, as far as being up to par with American civilization, it’s far behind. There’s about 10 percent high-class wealth and 90 percent poverty. So, when you’re just driving in the streets, you see some bad things. But everybody is just so nice over there. I didn’t meet anyone who didn’t have a smile on their face or who was rude. It was an experience I wouldn’t have gotten if it wasn’t for WWE. I’m definitely glad to have gone and it’s something I will remember for a lifetime. Just feeling the wave of excitement is something I may never get again, and it was really something special.
Very nice read.
Did anyone from GupShup get a chance to go up and meet Cena? If yes, please share your experience/pictures.
- Feb 18th, 2006, 07:50 PM #9
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- Feb 20th, 2006, 09:28 AM #10
y does john cena hate edge so much??~*~Pakistan hamari jaan, sabse pehley Pakistan~*~
- Feb 20th, 2006, 02:40 PM #11Originally Posted by Nancy Drew
A convenience would be to dismiss all such facts and reject this sport while labeling it as "fraud/fake", but the real insides that happen in this business are always appreciated and given back at the same time as well. These superstars put their body on the line for us, for me, for all fans who are following this business since Day 1. They risk bleeding, and are resistant to go through tough patches of injuries, risks and endanger their lives in front of the whole world which spans across 300 days of calendar year. This is a never-ending list, and in short, the return that they receive is of a much smaller proportion that one could ever imagine.
- Feb 22nd, 2006, 09:23 AM #12
^^i dont like watching WWE,i dont like fighting,but cant help it cuz there is 1 tv n my brother magically gets glued to the tv when any wrestling match is on~*~Pakistan hamari jaan, sabse pehley Pakistan~*~
- Feb 24th, 2006, 12:19 PM #13
well its stupid to ask ...but is rock gonna renew his contract with wwe ?saintalex
- Feb 24th, 2006, 03:42 PM #14Originally Posted by Nancy Drew
Originally Posted by SpyGuy
From my standpoint, one day, there might come a point in time when the situation will reverse, and The Rock might be given an opportunity to wrestle in front of the fans, but at least as of current, there are absolutely no such plans. Plus, in addition to the above, in his numerous Hollywood promotional tours and media appearances, The Rock hasn't brought up WWE to a large extent, in any of his interviews. Their marriage (WWE + The Rock) seemed to have taken a heavy toll on itself lately.
* Deep Sighs * I tell you, The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin, the two gigantic draws of the Attitude Era. The entire show revolved around them, and then we had Triple H's of the world, and Kurt Angle's, and Benoit's (and for the last couple of years, Eddie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio as well). Exceptional superstars, to say the least. We will definitely miss the 'entertainment' factor, which was solely provided back in the heyday of the legends mentioned above, add to the fact that they all knew, from the back of their left hand and in their dreams, on how to wrestle and return the crowd their money's worth in each and every city they visited. You put a broomstick in front of Benoit, he will make a guaranteed five-star match out of you. Same with the rest of the elite group. Absolute class, priceless gems, and moments that will never be forgotten ever again.
- Feb 24th, 2006, 09:53 PM #15
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LOL he isn't joking about Ten Sports airing the heck out of thier programming. They show atleast one WWE show during the afternoon, save for live cricket matches.Wild Thing, You Make My Heart Sing
- Mar 2nd, 2006, 06:03 AM #16
hey wat happened to the rock?n there was a wrestler named giant?~*~Pakistan hamari jaan, sabse pehley Pakistan~*~
- Mar 2nd, 2006, 06:06 AM #17
Nancy you watch noora kushti tooI am only responsible for what I say, not for what you understand.
- Mar 3rd, 2006, 01:09 PM #18Originally Posted by 5Abi~*~Pakistan hamari jaan, sabse pehley Pakistan~*~
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