In an interview for CBS Radio, WWE star John Cena had the following to say about his real life animosity towards The Rock:
“The problem I have with Dwayne is the problem I’ve always had — you say you dig the gig, then f’n show up. That’s the animosity I think a lot of our guys have.
Showing up for the important (dates) is fine, but when you show up for the important ones don’t act like you were never gone. Here’s a guy who’s been gone for seven years, comes back and the first thing he says a year ago is, ‘I’m never leaving again and I love this place.’ Dude, you just got back off a seven-year hiatus.”
And on the subject of Cena calling out The Rock’s promo notes written on his wrist, the article reads:
“That was something I saw right there. I wouldn’t have even said anything if I didn’t see it,” Cena recalled. “When I watch TV and I’m in the ‘Gorilla Position,’ which is right before you go through the curtain, and they have a TV there… I couldn’t believe it. Once I saw it the words became bigger and larger and his body was covered in words. It was like, I couldn’t ignore it. It became like the giant mole on the face. I had to.”
Quick Quip: It’s taking all my willpower not to make a Jillian Hall joke right now.
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