WATCH: John Cena Gets Emotional Looking Back at Unforgiven 2006

Published 09/21/2020, 8:30 AM EDT


John Cena is arguably one of the greatest superstars the WWE or the Pro wrestling industry has ever seen. He is a 16-time world champion and has many other achievements which we can speak about all day.

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However, every success story requires a certain spark to push the individual forward in the face of adversity. WWE Network recently released a documentary on that very spark or trigger which made John Cena what he is today.

At Unforgiven in 2006, John Cena faced Edge in a TLC match for the WWE Championship. Cena won the match after delivering the AA (then known as FU) on Edge from top of the ladder through two tables.

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Cena then pulled out the championship and his life changed from thereon. In the latest WWE Network documentary called ‘The Champ is here,’  Cena spoke about how he wanted to share this emotional and special moment only with his father.

WWE Hall of Famer Edge took to Twitter to tell his side of the story. The ‘Rated- R Superstar’ spoke about how hard he worked to be the Roddy Piper to John Cena’s Hulk Hogan.

John Cena reveals his love for the polarising fan reactions from the WWE Universe

John Cena was the biggest Superstar of the 2000s decade. Surprisingly, Cena could never have all the audience on his side.

For every ‘Let’s go Cena’ chant, there was an equal and opposite ‘Cena sucks.’

“Every time you see me come out, it’s like I’m shot out of a cannon. It’s because I’m ready, I’m ready to go, and that’s whether you’re telling me I suck or whether you’re telling me that I’m great. It’s why I orchestrate you to continue to make noise because as a performer, this makes me feel 10-feet tall. Just audible reaction,” Cena revealed.

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Cena further said that the energy of the WWE Universe was something he always looked for. Whether the energy was positive or negative, it always lifted him up.

“I love it when a group of people has so much energy that it’s viscerally negative towards me,” he added. “I also love it when the energy is so overwhelmingly positive, it does lift you up. It’s like, it’s all so f—ing wonderful.”

The documentary released on September 20 and is streaming on the WWE Network.

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