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JBL On Why He Refused To Take A Double AA From John Cena

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• JBL On Why He Refused To Take A Double AA From John Cena

John Cena and JBL had a storied rivalry during WWE’s Ruthless Aggression Era.

Their most famous match together took place at WrestleMania 21 in 2005, where Cena defeated JBL to win the WWE Championship for the first time ever.

During an episode of his Stories with Brisco and Bradshaw video podcast, JBL revealed why he refused to take a double Attitude Adjustment from Cena at one point:

“I hated this because when I was wrestling Cena, he wanted to put me and Orlando (Jordan) on his shoulders and do an AA to both of us.

I had been hurt so many times, seriously my back was in bad shape, I thought I couldn’t take the move.

I thought, ‘If I take that move, I won’t be able to get up.’ I told John, ‘I’m sorry, I’ll do anything else but I can’t do it.’”

JBL was inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame in 2021 as a member of the Class Of 2020.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 11, 1989) – WWF Saturday Night’s Main Event 20

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on March 11, 1989, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF Saturday Night’s Main Event 20’ on NBC.

The entire event was originally taped on February 16, 1989 at the Hersheypark Arena in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

Here are the results:

– Brutus Beefcake defeated Rick Rude by DQ

– Hulk Hogan defeated Bad News Brown

– Ted DiBiase defeated The Blue Blazer

– The Brain Busters wrestled The Rockers to a double-countout

– The Red Rooster defeated The Brooklyn Brawler

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