“How is That Controller Floating?” – Fans Get Creative as Nintendo Recall Old Commercial Featuring WWE Legend

Published 12/23/2021, 2:49 PM EST


Nintendo has come a long way from making 8-Bit consoles titles in the early days. The studio has built an impressive roster of titles that have changed the industry for the better. In a recent Twitter post, the studio shared an amazing throwback picture of an advert that also included WWE Legend, John Cena.

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However, what Nintendo did not anticipate is the community’s reaction to the post. John is infamous for being among the most ‘memeable’ celebrities on the face of the earth. And the best part about it is that he embraces all the jokes with a smile on his face.

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Twitter reacts to Nintendo’s latest post featuring WWE legend

Nintendo’s latest post has garnered hilarious responses from fans which will leave you in splits. One fan suggested that the Nintendo employee is pointing at a wall. Well, the usual meme takes John’s famous phrase, “you can’t see me” in the literal sense, rendering him invisible to the internet forever. It’s been a long time since he was sighted on the internet and his fans sure do miss him.

Apparently, John Cena made an appearance in a number of famous games, including Super Smash Bros.

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Just a couch? Where is the WWE legend that the world can’t seem to shut up about?

This fan makes a great point. Creators rarely take things like these into account, and not every controller is suitable for gamers with big hands.

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Floating controllers once again, the thread seems to be full of one single meme.

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What are your thoughts about John Cena memes being alive even in 2022? Did you find this thread hilarious? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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