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En 26 år gammal kille från Skåne, Malmö Kommun
17XPMedlem sedan 12/04 2005, kl 09:03 Senaste besök 07/05 2005, kl 15:23



YO YO YO THE CHAMP  IS HER MAN. Nä jag bara flippa. Jag är ett sjukt fan till WWE mina idoler är JOHN CENA Rvd,Mysterio,Guerroo,Undertaker Och sist men minst The hurricane. De som jag hatar mest är JBL Bascham Brothers Och Orlando Jordan.
PS igen Om ni har några frågor om wrestling fråga på

[rulltext]JOHN CENA ÄGER!!!!!!

Harley Race Johnny Weaver  Tallahasse, FL  01-01-75 
Johnny Valentine  Harley Race  Greensboro, NC  07-03-75 
Terry Funk  Paul Jones  Greensboro, NC  11-09-75 
Paul Jones  Terry Funk  Greensboro, NC  11-27-75 
Blackjack Mulligan Paul Jones  Greensboro, NC  03-13-76 
Paul Jones  Blackjack Mulligan  Greensboro, NC  10-16-76 
Blackjack Mulligan Paul Jones  Greensboro, NC  12-15-76 
Bobo Brazil  Blackjack Mulligan  Norfolk, VA  07-07-77
Ric Flair  Bobo Brazil  Norfolk, VA  07-29-77 
Ricky Steamboat  Ric Flair  Greensboro, NC  10-23-77 
Blackjack Mulligan  Ricky Steamboat  Greensboro, NC  01-01-78 
Mr. Wrestling Blackjack Mulligan  Greensboro, NC  03-19-78 
Ric Flair  Mr. Wrestling Greensboro, NC  04-09-78 
Ricky Steamboat  Ric Flair  Toronto, ON  12-18-78 
Ric Flair  Ricky Steamboat  Greensboro, NC  04-01-79 
Jimmy Snuka  Ricky Steamboat  Charlotte, NC  09-01-79 
Ric Flair  Jimmy Snuka Greensboro, NC  04-19-80 
Roddy Piper  Ric Flair  Raleigh, NC  01-27-81
Wahoo McDaniel  Roddy Piper  Greensboro, NC  08-08-81
Sgt. Slaughter  Ricky Steamboat  Charlotte, NC  10-04-81
Wahoo McDaniel  Sgt. Slaughter  Richmond, VA  05-21-82
Sgt. Slaughter  n/a Greenville, SC  06-07-82
Wahoo McDaniel  Sgt. Slaughter  Charlotte, NC  08-22-82
Greg Valentine  Wahoo McDaniel  Norfolk, VA  11-04-82
Roddy Piper  Greg Valentine  Greensboro, NC  04-16-83
Greg Valentine  Roddy Piper  Greensboro, NC  04-30-83
Dick Slater  Greg Valentine  Shelby, NC  12-14-83
Ricky Steamboat  Dick Slater  Greensboro, NC  04-21-84
Wahoo McDaniel  Ricky Steamboat Greensboro, NC  06-24-84
Wahoo McDaniel  Manny Fernandez  Charlotte, NC  10-07-84 #00CC00
Magnum T.A.  Wahoo McDaniel  Charlotte, NC  03-23-85
Tully Blanchard  Magnum T.A.  Charlotte, NC  07-21-85
Magnum T.A. Tully Blanchard  Greensboro, NC  11-28-85
Nikita Koloff  Magnum T.A.  Charlotte, NC  08-17-86
Lex Luger  Nikita Koloff  Greensboro, NC  07-11-87
Dusty Rhodes  Lex Luger  Chicago, IL  11-26-87
Barry Windham  Nikita Koloff  Houston, TX  05-13-88
Lex Luger  Barry Windham  Chicago, IL  02-20-89
Michael Hayes  Lex Luger Nashville, TN  05-07-89
Lex Luger  Michael Hayes  Bluefield, WV  05-22-89
Stan Hansen  Lex Luger  Chicago, IL  10-27-90
Lex Luger Stan Hansen  St. Louis, MO  12-16-90
Sting Steve Austin  Atlanta, GA  08-25-91
Rick Rude  Sting Savannah, GA  11-19-91
Dustin Rhodes  Ricky Steamboat  Atlanta, GA  01-11-93
Dustin Rhodes  Rick Rude  Atlanta, GA  08-30-93
Steve Austin Dustin Rhodes  Charlotte, NC  12-27-93
Ricky Steamboat  Steve Austin  Cedar Rapids, IA  08-24-94
Steve Austin  n/a Roanoke, VA  09-18-94
Jim Duggan Steve Austin  Roanoke, VA  09-18-94
Vader Jim Duggan  Nashville, TN  12-27-94
Sting Meng Dayton, OH  06-18-95
Kensuke Sasaki  Sting Tokyo, Japan  11-13-95
One Man Gang  Kensuke Sasaki  Nashville, TN  12-27-95
Konnan One Man Gang  Canton, OH  01-29-96
Ric Flair  Konnan Daytona Beach, FL  07-07-96
Eddie Guerrero  Diamond Dallas Page  Nashville, TN  12-29-96
Dean Malenko  Eddie Guerrero  Charleston, SC  03-16-97
Jeff Jarrett  Dean Malenko  Boston, MA  06-09-97
Steve McMichael Jeff Jarrett  Nashville, TN  08-21-97
Curt Hennig  Steve McMichael Charlotte, NC  09-15-97
Diamond Dallas Page  Curt Hennig  Washington, DC  12-28-97
Raven Diamond Dallas Page  Denver, CO  04-19-98
Goldberg Raven Colorado Springs, CO  04-20-98
Bret Hart  Diamond Dallas Page  Salt Lake City, UT  07-20-98
Lex Luger  Bret Hart  Rapid City, SD  08-10-98
Bret Hart  Lex Luger  Fargo, ND  08-13-98
Diamond Dallas Page  Bret Hart  Phoenix, AZ  10-26-98
Bret Hart  Diamond Dallas Page  Chattanooga, TN  11-30-98
Roddy Piper  Bret Hart  Buffalo, NY  02-08-99
Scott Hall  Roddy Piper  Oakland, CA  02-21-99
Scott Steiner  Booker T  Tacoma, WA  04-11-99
David Flair  n/a Atlanta, GA  07-05-99
Chris Benoit  David Flair  Boise, ID  08-09-99
Sid Vicious  Chris Benoit  Winston-Salem, NC  09-12-99
Goldberg Sid Vicious Las Vegas, NV  10-24-99
Bret Hart  Goldberg Phoenix, AZ  10-25-99
Scott Hall  Bret Hart  Indianapolis, IN  11-08-99
Chris Benoit  n/a Washington, DC  12-19-99
Jeff Jarrett  Chris Benoit  Baltimore, MD  12-20-99
Jeff Jarrett  n/a Columbus, OH  01-17-00
Scott Steiner  Sting Chicago, IL  04-16-00
Lance Storm  Mike Awesome  Auburn Hills, MI  07-18-00
Terry Funk  Lance Storm  Amarillo, TX  09-22-00
Lance Storm  Terry Funk  Lubbock, TX 09-23-00
Gen. Rection  Lance Storm Las Vegas, NV  10-29-00
Lance Storm  Gen. Rection  London, England  11-13-00
Gen. Rection  Lance Storm  Milwaukee, WI  11-26-00
Shane Douglas  Gen. Rection  Indianapolis, IN 01-14-01
Rick Steiner  Shane Douglas  Tupelo, MS  02-05-01
Booker T  Rick Steiner  Jacksonville, FL  03-18-01
Chris Kanyon  Booker T  Pittsburgh, PA  07-26-01
Tajiri Chris Kanyon  San Antonio, TX  09-10-01
Rhyno Tajiri Pittsburgh, PA  09-23-01
Kurt Angle  Rhyno Kansas City, MO  10-22-01
Edge Kurt Angle  Boston, MA  11-12-01
Eddie Guerrero  Chris Benoit  Denver, CO  07-27-03
Big Show  Eddie Guerrero  Baltimore, MD  10-19-03
John Cena  Big Show  New York, NY  03-14-04
Booker T  Rob Van Dam  Cincinnati, OH  07-29-04
John Cena  Booker T  East Rutherford, NJ  10-03-04
Carlito John Cena  Boston, MA  10-07-04
John Cena  Carlito Dayton, OH  11-18-04
Orlando Jordan  John Cena  Albany, NY  03-03-05

Cena talks about first week as WWE Champion and more
April 14, 2005
By Anthony Cali

CHICAGO – The AllState Arena roared upon hearing John Cena’s new theme music, “My Time is Now,” fill the air. As the new WWE Champion made his way to ringside for his championship coronation – now a week-and-a-half into his championship reign – it was quite obvious that Cena is on cloud nine.
Complete with a new rendition of the WWE Title – a “spinner belt” – wrapped around his waist, the young athlete from West Newbury, Mass. appears ready to usher in a new era of World Wrestling Entertainment. Thursday night, WWE.com caught up with the champ to get the inside scoop on his first week as WWE Champion, his customized title, and his upcoming hip-hop album.
WWE.com: What has your first week-and-a-half as WWE Champion been like?
John Cena: It’s been great. WrestleMania 21 was a dream come true. At SmackDown! in San Diego, it felt like I was still dreaming. And right from there, we got to go overseas [to Australia] and tear it up, so it’s been unbelievable.
WWE.com: Where did the inspiration for the new WWE Championship belt come from?
Cena: Just like the United States Championship, the WWE Championship needed a makeover. When I won the U.S. Title, that was everything to me, and I remade it accordingly. And if the U.S. Title was everything, this is ten-fold. I had to come out real big on this, because everybody already saw what I did to the U.S. Title, and it had people thinking, “what else can he do?” But this is what I’d want a title to be – anything and everything – and there’s some crazy stuff on here.
WWE.com: Can we expect more modifications to be made?
Cena: Like I said, I’m definitely adding more shine to it. Rest assured, I’m still gonna kick this thing up a few notches. It’s gonna be even nicer.
WWE.com: Why create a new belt, and not keep with tradition by retaining the old WWE Championship belt – the one worn by JBL?
Cena: I ain’t about doing things the traditional way, I’m about doing things my way. And just the fact that JBL had that belt all that time makes me want to change it up, ‘cause I’m sure it pissed him off. But of course, some people may not agree with my modifications, but this is my vision of what a World Title should look like, and I think it’s class.
WWE.com: Do you have any preference as to whom you’d like to see win the SmackDown! Championship Series and become the number-one contender for your WWE Title?
Cena: It’s like I always say, you want some, come get some. Of course I’d like to have a rematch with JBL and show him that my win over him at WrestleMania 21 wasn’t just a fluke, and that I’m not the Buster Douglas of WWE. But I also wouldn’t mind having some different competition, like Kurt Angle, Big Show, or Booker T. Honestly, it really doesn’t matter who wins the Triple Threat in the U.K., ‘cause your boy will be ready.
WWE.com: Can we expect your title reign to be like JBL’s, or will this one be different?
Cena: I’ll take my hat off to JBL, he did have one of the longest title reigns in WWE history, but I don’t agree with how he kept it. JBL was all about finding shortcuts, and having people help him win matches, whereas I’m all about doing things myself – I don’t need nobody’s help. So while I’d like to hold the WWE Championship as long, if not longer, than JBL, you can definitely expect a very different type of reign, and this masterpiece sitting right here in front of you is just the beginning.
WWE.com: Your new album, “You Can’t See Me,” will be coming out on May 10th. Can you tell me a little bit about this? How long it took to make? Who produced it?
Cena: Well the album was produced by Sony, and it’s something I’ve been working on for quite a while now, but I think that the timing for this release is perfect for me, and if you noticed, the cover of the album looks very similar to my new WWE Championship.
WWE.com: How do you think the final copy turned out?
Cena: I think that a lot of fans are going to be pleasantly surprised when they pop in the album and listen to it. It’s got a lot of great tracks, and a lot of different beats. I think that even people who like this type of music, but aren’t necessarily wrestling fans will enjoy the album, and hopefully when they listen to it, and they’ll want to tune in to SmackDown! to see what their boy’s doing.
WWE.com: Can we find your new theme music, “My Time is Now” featured on this upcoming release?
Cena: Absolutely, it’s the first track – the album also has my original theme music, “Basic Thuganomics,” which was also really popular. And it’s funny, because when I cut “My Time is Now,” I hadn’t even won the WWE Championship yet, but now that song couldn’t be any truer. And it’s not even like WWE had to promote it, or acknowledge it I any way. The song speaks for itself, so they just popped it in a few weeks ago, and it’s gotten nothing but a great response.
WWE.com: What do you feel your future in the hip-hop industry?
Cena: Making music is something I love doing, Don’t get me wrong, I love this business like nobody else, and this is my thing – I live, eat, sleep, and breathe this – but whenever I have some time away from the ring, you’ll find me in the studio. So will I continue making music? Of course. Do I have a future in the hip-hop industry? Who knows, we’ll see how things go.

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