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(Yahoo)   WWE star John Cena grants his 300th wish for the Make A Wish Foundation. Is it Dusty in here? Nope, Just Dustin and Cody   (sports.yahoo.com) divider line 69
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2012-06-23 05:31:15 PM

hobblekitty: FirstNationalBastard: In the vein of Triple H through time, here's Cena granting wishes throughout time!

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/I felt bad about this. You will too if you get the joke.

That's Anne Frank, right?


Win
 
2012-06-23 06:39:25 PM

Gunderson: Easy way for Cena to get to 1,000 wishes granted:

Take 700 Make-a-Wish kids and put them in a Battle Royale with John Cena guest refereeing. Winner gets to enjoy a nice breakfast of Fruity Pebbles with John. All the losers get a commemorative 'Fruit Loop Troupe' T-shirt.


SLAP FIGHT!

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2012-06-23 07:14:05 PM
What a great actor he is.
 
2012-06-23 08:37:33 PM
We need a kid to make a wish that he leaves wrestling....
 
2012-06-23 09:30:17 PM

FirstNationalBastard: [If only they would let his character change on TV, everyone would like him.


Merchandising and marketing like his character just fine. And appealing to kids is a two for one deal. For every kid you bring into the show you're bringing in one adult in the adjacent seat. Turn him heel and you risk exchanging those two butts for one smark (who was probably going to attend/not attend anyway).

Besides flipping him for the sake of flipping him, I don't see enough benefits that make sense for a few years yet. (Besides, you can only make that big turn once. What is the rush? See also: Make Ziggler champion NOW!)
 
2012-06-23 10:32:44 PM
Jim Ross on mockery of his affliction with Bell's palsy: "Amazing how some jerk-offs on Twitter are either making fun of me for having Bells palsy or blaming me for what appears regarding it on TV. If it doesn't bother me at this point in time in my life then why should it bother others? I have long since stepped away from my issues with Bells and refuse to allow it to dictate any phase of my life to me. It will not define me. When I'm told to "grow a set" I'd suggest to those tools that I grew "a set" long ago specifically when I walked to the ring to broadcast a Wrestlemania main event with half my face hanging and I had to hold it up to speak to where I could be understood. I can only surmise that those making these cowardly remarks are younger, defiant males and if that assumption is true I am truly worried about the future with those individuals as potential leaders in our world. However, perhaps I shouldn't be worried as people like this are rarely successful or viable contributors in any society. My life is too blessed to worry about what turds say on Twitter about me or what occurs on a satirical skit in an entertainment based, TV show. Lighten up, Francis!"
 
2012-06-23 11:22:57 PM

No Line For Beer: FirstNationalBastard: [If only they would let his character change on TV, everyone would like him.

Merchandising and marketing like his character just fine. And appealing to kids is a two for one deal. For every kid you bring into the show you're bringing in one adult in the adjacent seat. Turn him heel and you risk exchanging those two butts for one smark (who was probably going to attend/not attend anyway).

Besides flipping him for the sake of flipping him, I don't see enough benefits that make sense for a few years yet. (Besides, you can only make that big turn once. What is the rush? See also: Make Ziggler champion NOW!)


They don't have to turn John Cena heel. That's stupid and fixes nothing. He just needs better writing. WWE doesn't book strong heels. It goes all the way back to Bruno. You always knew who was going to win, be it Bruno, Hulk or Cena. That's what's stale and boring. Bruno's best feud was when a young guy was whipping his ass and stealing his "living legend" moniker. That's what they need to do with Cena.
 
2012-06-23 11:37:00 PM
Tell me have you Cena...have YOU Cena?
 
2012-06-23 11:51:34 PM

verbaltoxin: They don't have to turn John Cena heel. That's stupid and fixes nothing. He just needs better writing. WWE doesn't book strong heels.


THIS!

DB has been a terrible mainly due to 18 Secs. Ziggles and Swagger are...wasted. Ziggles is a better antagonist in The Long Island Story! ADR is JBL mixed with... Mexican flavor and he got old quick. There are more faces than heels and the E should fix it but the E are just interested of who sells more merch.
 
2012-06-24 12:52:57 AM

TheManofPA: Jim Ross on mockery of his affliction with Bell's palsy: "Amazing how some jerk-offs on Twitter are either making fun of me for having Bells palsy or blaming me for what appears regarding it on TV. If it doesn't bother me at this point in time in my life then why should it bother others? I have long since stepped away from my issues with Bells and refuse to allow it to dictate any phase of my life to me. It will not define me. When I'm told to "grow a set" I'd suggest to those tools that I grew "a set" long ago specifically when I walked to the ring to broadcast a Wrestlemania main event with half my face hanging and I had to hold it up to speak to where I could be understood. I can only surmise that those making these cowardly remarks are younger, defiant males and if that assumption is true I am truly worried about the future with those individuals as potential leaders in our world. However, perhaps I shouldn't be worried as people like this are rarely successful or viable contributors in any society. My life is too blessed to worry about what turds say on Twitter about me or what occurs on a satirical skit in an entertainment based, TV show. Lighten up, Francis!"


When your entertainment based TV show says BE A STAR! BULLYING IS BAD in one segment, and the next is "LET'S MOCK THE HANDICAPPED", you have to expect to get some shiat you crazy old stockholm syndrome suffering shill.

JR has really proven over time he's a detestable scumbag, hasn't he? I don't think anyone is going to be complaining over mocking him anymore. But, Vince's hypocrisy is always fun to biatch about. When you take money for an anti-bullying campaign, you don't go on TV and provide a bullying clinic.
 
2012-06-24 02:48:42 AM
did i miss the "why is this in the sports tab" crowd yet?

also got a lot of griping from the Mrs. when we were watching Raw one night and they did a make a wish promo. don't get me wrong. It is wonderful that folks of all backgrounds not just Cena can do what they can to make a child happy. But I commented during the commercial, "so if a kid with make a wish has a disease that made them go 100% blind, they really can't see him can they?"

/and that picture up in the thread of Anne Frank made me bust out laughing so hard wife is now mad at me again.

//yes I know who it is.
 
2012-06-24 10:36:02 AM
Hey, Sunday FWCers...

You can photoshop this guy into wrestling photos.

I've already taken two of the easier ones.
 
2012-06-24 12:40:43 PM

TheManofPA: Jim Ross on mockery of his affliction with Bell's palsy: "Amazing how some jerk-offs on Twitter are either making fun of me for having Bells palsy or blaming me for what appears regarding it on TV. If it doesn't bother me at this point in time in my life then why should it bother others? I have long since stepped away from my issues with Bells and refuse to allow it to dictate any phase of my life to me. It will not define me. When I'm told to "grow a set" I'd suggest to those tools that I grew "a set" long ago specifically when I walked to the ring to broadcast a Wrestlemania main event with half my face hanging and I had to hold it up to speak to where I could be understood. I can only surmise that those making these cowardly remarks are younger, defiant males and if that assumption is true I am truly worried about the future with those individuals as potential leaders in our world. However, perhaps I shouldn't be worried as people like this are rarely successful or viable contributors in any society. My life is too blessed to worry about what turds say on Twitter about me or what occurs on a satirical skit in an entertainment based, TV show. Lighten up, Francis!"


Thank God he's the only one with Bell's Palsy to be offended by it.

Oh, wait...
 
2012-06-24 01:01:11 PM

SharkTrager: TheManofPA: Jim Ross on mockery of his affliction with Bell's palsy: "Amazing how some jerk-offs on Twitter are either making fun of me for having Bells palsy or blaming me for what appears regarding it on TV. If it doesn't bother me at this point in time in my life then why should it bother others? I have long since stepped away from my issues with Bells and refuse to allow it to dictate any phase of my life to me. It will not define me. When I'm told to "grow a set" I'd suggest to those tools that I grew "a set" long ago specifically when I walked to the ring to broadcast a Wrestlemania main event with half my face hanging and I had to hold it up to speak to where I could be understood. I can only surmise that those making these cowardly remarks are younger, defiant males and if that assumption is true I am truly worried about the future with those individuals as potential leaders in our world. However, perhaps I shouldn't be worried as people like this are rarely successful or viable contributors in any society. My life is too blessed to worry about what turds say on Twitter about me or what occurs on a satirical skit in an entertainment based, TV show. Lighten up, Francis!"

Thank God he's the only one with Bell's Palsy to be offended by it.

Oh, wait...


And let's not forget how much whining both JR and WWE did over Oklahoma.

Why was it so offensive when Ed Ferrera was doing it, but it's A-OK when Vince does it?

Oh, right, Vince is signing the paychecks.
 
2012-06-24 03:16:23 PM

FirstNationalBastard: TheManofPA: Jim Ross on mockery of his affliction with Bell's palsy: "Amazing how some jerk-offs on Twitter are either making fun of me for having Bells palsy or blaming me for what appears regarding it on TV. If it doesn't bother me at this point in time in my life then why should it bother others? I have long since stepped away from my issues with Bells and refuse to allow it to dictate any phase of my life to me. It will not define me. When I'm told to "grow a set" I'd suggest to those tools that I grew "a set" long ago specifically when I walked to the ring to broadcast a Wrestlemania main event with half my face hanging and I had to hold it up to speak to where I could be understood. I can only surmise that those making these cowardly remarks are younger, defiant males and if that assumption is true I am truly worried about the future with those individuals as potential leaders in our world. However, perhaps I shouldn't be worried as people like this are rarely successful or viable contributors in any society. My life is too blessed to worry about what turds say on Twitter about me or what occurs on a satirical skit in an entertainment based, TV show. Lighten up, Francis!"

When your entertainment based TV show says BE A STAR! BULLYING IS BAD in one segment, and the next is "LET'S MOCK THE HANDICAPPED", you have to expect to get some shiat you crazy old stockholm syndrome suffering shill.

JR has really proven over time he's a detestable scumbag, hasn't he? I don't think anyone is going to be complaining over mocking him anymore. But, Vince's hypocrisy is always fun to biatch about. When you take money for an anti-bullying campaign, you don't go on TV and provide a bullying clinic.


My belief is that JR has at this point earned his "f*ck you" money, and he doesn't give a good god damn about calling matches on TV. If Vince wants him to scout 6'2" 240lb athletes in college - or "hosses" as JR likes to call them (See; Jack Swagger, one of JR's favorite recruits) and tweet about bbq sauce, then JR will do it and love it. He's cared more about what the OKC Thunder were doing in the last four weeks than anything wrestling-related. Folks need to realize JR is essentially semi-retired, just like the Fink and a few other, choice guys from WWE's better days whom Vince keeps around out of loyalty and the occasional cameo. Blassie and Gorilla would still be on the payroll today if either were still alive. That's just how Vince is. Eat your sh*t sandwiches and stick around, he'll pay you for life.
 
2012-06-24 11:57:39 PM
So ummm........this Cena thread could take a turn by Monday Night:
Cena's sexual escapades were not solely limited to WWE Divas as he was simultaneously involved with 'ring rats'. Doane details, "Got one diva who is married to a guy outside of the business but she sleeps with Cena, then we got Cena who sleeps with rats (groupies, girls not in the biz, girls in the lobby waiting for an invite upstairs) and this married diva, and now my girlfriend."

Following weeks of inactivity stemming from the affair, Doane was transferred to the SmackDown brand on June 17, 2007, as part of the WWE Supplemental Draft. Doane reveals that the married Diva was transferred from Raw to SmackDown as well after being dumped by Cena.

"Following weeks I'm off TV and off the road until I get sent to SmackDown. Ironically, John's former Diva got sent too," Doane recalls. "So now we're on complete separate schedules and when there is a joint pay-per-view I'm off the road that day too and get flown in on a Monday for a Tuesday Smackdown. Yeah complete B.S. I get jobbed out then they take me off the road more and fire me."

Two WWE Divas transferred from Raw to SmackDown in the 2007 WWE Supplemental Draft-and the entire year-Torrie Wilson and Victoria. Wilson was in the process of divorcing Billy Kidman. Victoria has been married to a man not affiliated with the professional wrestling industry since 1998, matching Doane's claim.
 
2012-06-25 07:34:38 AM

TheManofPA: So ummm........this Cena thread could take a turn by Monday Night:
Cena's sexual escapades were not solely limited to WWE Divas as he was simultaneously involved with 'ring rats'. Doane details, "Got one diva who is married to a guy outside of the business but she sleeps with Cena, then we got Cena who sleeps with rats (groupies, girls not in the biz, girls in the lobby waiting for an invite upstairs) and this married diva, and now my girlfriend."

Following weeks of inactivity stemming from the affair, Doane was transferred to the SmackDown brand on June 17, 2007, as part of the WWE Supplemental Draft. Doane reveals that the married Diva was transferred from Raw to SmackDown as well after being dumped by Cena.

"Following weeks I'm off TV and off the road until I get sent to SmackDown. Ironically, John's former Diva got sent too," Doane recalls. "So now we're on complete separate schedules and when there is a joint pay-per-view I'm off the road that day too and get flown in on a Monday for a Tuesday Smackdown. Yeah complete B.S. I get jobbed out then they take me off the road more and fire me."

Two WWE Divas transferred from Raw to SmackDown in the 2007 WWE Supplemental Draft-and the entire year-Torrie Wilson and Victoria. Wilson was in the process of divorcing Billy Kidman. Victoria has been married to a man not affiliated with the professional wrestling industry since 1998, matching Doane's claim.


Kenny was boring.
 
2012-06-25 05:11:07 PM
John Cena says he plans to make an historic announcement on tonight's WWE RAW Supershow. Cena tweeted on Monday afternoon:

"In Fort Wayne for #Raw tonight I have an announcement that will make history! Make sure to watch #Raw"

If by historic it will be no doubt mundane or he won't make an announcement because the show gets a rewrite, I will agree with this statement.
 
2012-06-25 06:47:15 PM

verbaltoxin: My belief is that JR has at this point earned his "f*ck you" money, and he doesn't give a good god damn about calling matches on TV. If Vince wants him to scout 6'2" 240lb athletes in college - or "hosses" as JR likes to call them (See; Jack Swagger, one of JR' ...


Agree that he could walk away, money wise, but WWE is really his only viable distribution (and marketing) vehicle for the BBQ sauce and jerky. Even if he just hangs around in the background like Howard Finkel, it's worth it to him. But I don't believe for a minute that JR wouldn't love to slip back behind the Raw desk, even if they made him work with Heyman again. He's just not willing to play along with the on-air hazing Vince and Kevin Dunn appear to get their rocks off on.

Last few times on air, Ross just decided to stop playing along. IIRC the last one was when he got fired after the #OccupyRaw angle played out - he just tipped his black hat, and calmly walked to the back. He took away the fun of the troll/bully by not reacting, so they've stopped using him on live shows. It took Taker, HHH and HBK's stroke combined to get JR approved to call one WrestleMania match.

I bet we'd like a wrestling program better that had JR as the final word rather than Vince. But since he's the employee, JR will do whatever he's assigned.
 
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