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John Cena
John Felix Anthony Cena
  • Birthdate: 04/23/1977 (age 37)
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 251 Ib

Cena is known as "the face of the WWE for a lon...

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...now. When he gets into Hell in a Cell, he's going to show the world he's a B+ player.

He tells Triple H he should trade in his suit for wrestling gear so he can show him in the ring. Triple H says if he wrestles again, it's going to be to fight a star. Undertaker. The Rock. Brock Lesnar. It sure as hell won't be Daniel Bryan. He fights A+ player. They want to fight stars and none of them would waste their time fighting him. Shawn Michaels should have never wasted his time training him. Michaels says he didn't waste his time - Daniel Bryan's very good. HBK asks Triple H what happened to him? What happened the guy who drove the tank into WCW? The guy who came out on live TV and played strip poker with him. What happened to that Triple H? He doesn't care that Triple H is the COO. He doesn't care that he trained Daniel Bryan. HBK cares about the fact that the people voted for him to be the guest referee. Orton says Michaels has an agenda against him. Triple H says no - at the end of the day, Shawn will do what's right. Michaels agrees - he's going to do what's right for the business he loves. He questions what Triple H has against Daniel Bryan. Michaels says - after everything Triple H has thrown at Daniel Bryan - Triple H is mad because Daniel Bryan has proven him wrong. As Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton are going face to face, a truck is shown pulling into the arena. It's driven by Big Show. Big Show drives all around the building into the arena. He gets out of the truck and signals for Randy Orton to turn around. Orton does and gets caught with a flying knee to the face by Daniel Bryan. Bryan celebrates with the Yes! chant and then walks over to the Big Show on the truck and the two of them do the Yes! chant with the crowd to end the show. The crowd was very into the final "go home" segment.

Credit: H. Winston