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Former WWE Star Claims John Cena Stepped On People’s Toes To Get Over In WWE

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• Former WWE Star Claims John Cena Stepped On People’s Toes To Get Over In WWE

During a recent interview on the ‘Wrestling Shoot Interviews’ YouTube channel, former WWE Superstar Heath Slater spoke about WWE Legend John Cena and revealed that the two always got along backstage.

Cena did however prioritize his own WWE career and his character’s development, even if that meant stepping on other people’s toes.

Here’s what the former NEXUS member said about The Cenation Leader:

“Cena was always cool with me. He was. Like, I don’t have a bad thing to say about John.

But the one thing I know about John Cena is that he is all about John Cena.

You know what I mean? Which any person would be if you were in this environment, but I’ve never been that ‘Me, me, me’ guy.

I’ve been more like ‘Hey, let’s spread the love’. You know what I mean? Let’s spread it out a little bit, man. I can help you, you can help me, this and that.

But you can honestly say, like, with John, it’s like, I’m doing this, this is what I’ve got to do, you know, ‘I’m sorry if I step on your toes’.”

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 9, 2019) – WWF Attitude Era Manager Passed Away

On this day in 2019, we lost Old School WWF Attitude Era Manager Yamaguchi-san (Wally Yamaguchi) at the age of 60 after a lengthy battle with an undisclosed illness.

Yamaguchi-san is best remembered for being the manager of the Attitude Era stable Kaientai in 1998.

The most famous moment he was involved in during his brief WWF career, was without a doubt the infamous “Choppy Choppy Your Pee Pee” segment with Val Venis.

Yamaguchi was suffering from health problems after suffering a stroke back in 2017, before he passed away in 2019.


May 5, 1958 – March 9, 2019

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