Former WWE Superstar John Cena claims to have dismantled his character’s gimmick


The former WWE Superstar is accused of spending time with Extreme Championship Wrestling John Cena Some serious allegations. When former PG-13 tag team member Wolfie Di Cena decided to start rapping, Cena fired his gimmick. Wolfe says the “Doctor of Thuganomics” is a complete rip-off.

Speaking with Monte and Pharaoh LI # 1 Pro Wrestling Broadcast, Made a direct accusation against Wolfe de Cena. He says that Xena took everything from jean shorts to tennis shoes. He said the theft helped John Cena become the last great WWE superstar.

“I agree with that [John Cena being WWE’s last truly great superstar]. I have a personal bias about it because that guy is standing behind you with shorts and tennis shoes and I was the first person to do that gimmick. I think John Cena is a complete rip-off of PG-13, Wolfie D, what do you want to say.

PG-13 was a popular activity at Jerry Lawler’s USWA. He worked for a few matches at ECW, most notably in the 1997 Hardcore Heaven pay-per-view, where he challenged the Dudley Boyz for ECW tag team titles. He joined the WWE in 1996, where he served as a member of the Hype Men and the Nation of Domination.

The band was released in June 97 before making their ECW shows. He rarely appeared in the WCW Thunder in the early 2000s. Wolfie D and JC Ice (Jamie Dundee) were sixteen-time USWA tag team champions.

The gimmick was obviously the same as Cena’s, but obviously The Champ had a more well-rounded vision of where to take it. Everything in wrestling is influenced by something that came from it. Fans can judge for themselves whether they think John Cena stole the PG-13.

Do you think John Cena was thinking of PG-13 when he came up with his rapper Gimmick? Let us know in the comments!

Thank you SportsKeeda Wrestling For transcription!

November 15, 2021 1:52 pm


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