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John Cena Explains Why WWE Has Failed To Produce The Next Top Guy

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (June 16, 1993) – WCW Clash Of The Champions 23

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on June 16, 1993, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired ‘WCW Clash Of The Champions XXIII’ LIVE on TBS from the Norfolk Scope in Norfolk, Virginia.

This was the 23rd out of a total of 35 Clash of the Champions events, that aired between 1988 and 1997.

The results can be found here:

– Ron Simmons defeated Dick Slater

– Lord Steven Regal defeated Marcus Alexander Bagwell

– NWA World Heavyweight Championship: Barry Windham (c) defeated 2 Cold Scorpio

– Big Van Vader, Sid Vicious & Rick Rude defeated Dustin Rhodes, Sting & Davey Boy Smith

– 2-out-of-3 falls – NWA & WCW World Tag Team Championships: Ric Flair & Arn Anderson defeated The Hollywood Blonds (c)

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• John Cena Explains Why WWE Has Failed To Produce The Next Top Guy

During a recent interview with BookCon, 16 time WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena explained why there’s no “top guy” in WWE anymore.

Below is what Cena said:

“For the longest time, if you considered WWE a band, there’s been one front person of the band. I think that dynamic is changing. It is because the audience is too diverse. I think older males are watching it, younger kids are watching it, females are watching it. The audience is so diverse, so with a diverse audience it’s tough to universally please someone.

I don’t think there’s a universal figure that will lead the company forward. I think as the company grows, and especially expands globally, you’re gonna have like a ‘Super Friends’ of the WWE. Which is like people who are essentially fighting for equal share of popularity. I think the band, essentially, will have ten lead singers of every different race, creed, color, ethnicity.”

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