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John Cena Has A Warning For WWE Regarding The Future

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• John Cena Has A Warning For WWE Regarding The Future

During a recent interview with USA Today, 16-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena promoted The Suicide Squad and talked about his current run in WWE.

Below are the highlights from the interview:

On how his time in WWE prepared him for his revealing scenes in movies:

“There’s two ways you can go when you’re told you suck every day,” Cena said. “You can wallow in that shame and believe that opinion, or you can look yourself in the mirror and realize you are enough. That (self-love) allows me to do things that are a little bit obscure in some sense, most of the time wearing very little clothing.”

On WWE bringing back Old School Legends every now & then for big matches:

“Man, I wish there was some sort of fountain of youth where I could be a full-time contributor. The longer they continue to bet on an aging prospect, that makes (WWE’s) future a little bit less stable.”

On considering his first run in movies in 2000s (WWE Studios movies like The Marine and 12 Rounds) as a failure:

“I used to chastise people for not working as efficiently as the WWE. And as a young man, I failed big. I was judgmental and I was apprehensive and I wanted to be back in the ring because I loved that immediate gratification.

I’m very grateful that I was at least self-aware enough to know that I was really effing up big time.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN PRO WRESTLING HISTORY (August 4, 1995) – WCW/NJPW Collision in Korea

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on August 4, 1995, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling & Antonio Inoki’s New Japan Pro-Wrestling aired ‘Collision in Korea’ on PPV from the May Day Stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea.

This pay-per-view was pre-taped on April 28 & April 29, 1995 and with 165,000 fans on day one & 190,000 fans on day two, both days of the event still hold the record for the biggest professional wrestling crowds in the history of the business.

Here are the results:

Wild Pegasus defeated 2 Cold Scorpio

Yuji Nagata defeated Tokimitsu Ishizawa

Masahiro Chono & Hiro Saito defeated El Samurai & Tadao Yasuda

Bull Nakano & Akira Hokuto defeated Manami Toyota & Mariko Yoshida

IWGP Heavyweight Championship: Shinya Hashimoto (c) wrestled Scott Norton to a time limit draw

Road Warrior Hawk defeated Tadao Yasuda

The Steiner Brothers defeated Hiroshi Hase and Kensuke Sasaki

Antonio Inoki defeated Ric Flair

        
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