However,there were a couple of times when Cena's wife was shown on television.If you're wondering,he married Elizabeth on July 11,2009.The best prank that has ever been played on him was when someone hid his WWE Championship belt when he needed it for a television appearance.3. Cena loves weightlifting, and also a decent bottle of wine.4. Cena has taken his fame to the big screen, having appeared in “Trainwreck” and other movies. He’s hosted the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, ESPY Awards, and “Saturday Night Live.” Cena has a heart of gold.Cena did a rap about the two women because in those days he always rapped on his way to the ring.The final line of the rap was:"Nobody's watching us Steph,why don't you let me smack that ass! Stephanie also didn't seem to mind the line,so Cena went ahead and smacked it.The marriage lasted about three years because the divorce became official in July 2012.
Announce team is the trio of Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler and Booker T. The participants in the match: Sin Cara, Wade Barrett, Sheamus, Justin Gabriel, Cody Rhodes, Heath Slater, Daniel Bryan & Kane. It’s hard to do play by play for it, but I’ll try to hit on the key spots. To this point, ten minutes in, there weren’t too many ladder climbs. Awesome spot as Sheamus puts Bryan on his shoulders, Kane hits a top rope clothesline and the crowd chants “LOD” in honor of Chicago’s famed Legion of Doom/Road Warriors team that was just inducted into the Hall of Fame this year. He’s very solid as a worker and his timing in the ring is very good. Kane chokeslams Sheamus off the ladder onto a ladder that was bridged from the turnbuckle to the second stop on the ladder. Rhodes hits his Beautiful Disaster kick on Kane, Barrett hits Wasteland and Gabriel hits a 450 Splash off a ladder that was stretched across the top rope. He was only about five inches than he would be on the top rope. Then he hits power moves to take Bryan & Rhodes out. The ending was great too with Bryan fighting off Barrett and Rhodes for the win. The combination of the hot Chicago crowd and epic wins for some of my favorites like CM Punk, Christian, Daniel Bryan and Alberto Del Rio will make this one of the most memorable PPVs they’ve ever had. The finish got botched a bit because Del Rio wasn’t supposed to fall off his ladder, but it’s hard to plan things like that when you’re 12-15 feet in the air.
My top two are definitely Wrestle Manias 17 and 19, but after that it’s some combination of Royal Rumble 2000, Summer Slam 2002 and this show. I wrote a live review when it took place six years ago, so I don’t need to re-write anything. Cole had to explain it because Lawler obviously never watches Smackdown. Powerbomb off the apron through the ladder that was bridged between the ring and the announce table! Chicago, you are one of my favorite wrestling crowds. It’s nice to see hard working, talented people get rewarded for their work despite the fact that they’re not the biggest guys on the card. This year’s Money in the Bank PPV should be remembered for a lot of reasons. However, I think ultimately it will be remembered as one of the best PPVs that WWE has ever had. We have major reasons to watch WWE TV this week and into the build into Summer Slam. The two negatives would be the Divas Title and Henry/Show, but it didn’t hurt the show that much at all. Check out the archive RIGHT HERE and enjoy this look back at one of WWE’s most important events.
I wrote a list of the top twenty on another website about three years ago and this was in the top five. However, I’ll add some new thoughts to it in blue font just to see how well things fared six years later. Barrett set up the ladder in between the ring and the announce table. I always say my top three are New York, Chicago and Toronto. For all the crap they take about the word wrestling (admittedly it’s their own doing), this was a tremendous WRESTLING show from start to finish. Take a look at our TJRWrestling shirts at Prowrestlingtees.com/tjrwrestling.
It is WWE Money in the Bank day, so I figured it would be a good time to post a retro review of the best Money in the Bank PPV in 2011. Missile dropkick by Bryan onto Gabriel while he was on the ladder. Awesome sequence with Bryan, Gabriel, Slater and Cara hitting successive spots to the floor. The idea was that they had a history, so they worked together here. Bryan prevents Kane from winning, then he leaps off the ladder and drops him with a DDT as a counter. Barrett & Slater use a ladder to send Slater off the top rope onto Kane on the floor. Bryan climbs, he ends up getting stopped by Rhodes. I have to applaud WWE for taking this angle to the place that allows for unpredictability. I liked Henry/Show considering their obvious limitations due to their size. — Final Thoughts 2017 Version This was one of the best WWE PPVs ever and I think it’s been the best of the 2010 decade as well. John Canton Email [email protected] @johnreport Personal Facebook and TJRWrestling on Facebook The month of August means Summer Slam in the WWE Universe.
Not only is it the best Money in the Bank PPV ever, but I think it’s among the five best WWE PPVs ever. The opening video package focused on the Punk/Cena/Mc Mahon storyline with Punk doing the infamous promo in Vegas in late June and the story that Punk may leave with the WWE Title without a contract. Cole mentioned that six of the eight guys haven’t appeared in a MITB match. Sin Cara hits a picture perfect Spanish Fly off the top rope on Daniel Bryan. Booker keeps talking about his “Fave Five” that you hear about Smackdown. It will draw a lot of interest to Raw going forward and it will make us wonder when Punk will be back because obviously there has to be some kind of deal in place. It made Henry look like a scary guy to take out Big Show the way that he did. CM Punk WWE Champ Christian World Champ Daniel Bryan MITB Winner ADR MITB Winner = Collective internet joygasm. The main event was amazing with an even better ending to the show while both Money in the Bank matches were very good. Orton was a pretty good match with another great post match segment. That means all month long, TJRWrestling’s John Canton will post a review of every Summer Slam and it will carry into September too.
He showed an early affinity towards weight lifting at age 12.