BOOOOOORING…..BOOOOOORING…..

Posted: April 2, 2013 by Kick Out At 2! in Robbie C, Wrestlemania Week!
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bor·ing (bôrng, br-)
adj.
Uninteresting and tiresome; dull.

Last night RAW opened up with John Cena making his way out to the ring to talk to the WWE Universe about how he was going to win the WWE Championship from The Rock, how he was going to overcome the odds, how he was going to blah, blah, blah, blah… do the same old stuff over and over again… blah blah blah.

Again it’s no secret that I do not like the “Character” that Cena portrays every Monday night and it’s pretty obvious I’m not alone. As soon as Cena came out last night he was met with some of the loudest boos he has received in a very, very long time. So much so that even Jerry Lawler commented on the fact that it was above the average mixed reaction that he normally receives. I’m not gonna rip Cena’s promo apart in fact it was a descent promo… if it came from a heel that is. He had some passion in what he was saying but overall just did not come off believable in any form for fashion as the babyface character he has been for 10 Years now. It seems like every promo Cena cuts turns into the same speech. If you have heard him talk once you have pretty much heard every promo he has ever done. To me he has turned into the teacher from Charlie Brown because what he speaks is usually incoherent babble that most fans don’t understand, yet small children listen tentatively clinging to his every word as if understanding him perfectly.

To say it’s time for a change of Cena’s character is a understatement. After last night, when Cena was interrupted by deafening “BORING!” chants, its safe to say that Cena’s time IS up. WWE Creative, Vince and Cena himself should realize that nobody is buying him as a serious “face” anymore, especially on the most important RAW of Wrestlemania season. The fact that they refuse to do so if just down right stubbornness. With a match involving The Rock and The WWE Championship, John Cena has a second opportunity on the “Grandest Stage of Them All” but due to his character it will most likely fall flat. Although I’m still hoping beyond hope something happens to take me off guard and not make this match as predictable as the road which lead us to it.

-Robbie C.

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