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5 WWE Superstar moves that were renamed

Was it always called the 'Attitude Adjustment'?
Was it always called the 'Attitude Adjustment'?

#1 Attitude Adjustment was once called FU in the WWE

Cena's Attitude Adjustment was originally a parody of Brock Lesnar's F-5
Cena's Attitude Adjustment was originally a parody of Brock Lesnar's F-5

WWE fans love John Cena's Attitude Adjustment, but did you know that the famous move was called FU during the non-PG Era. This move name took a jibe at Brock Lesnar and the F5. John was called 'The Doctor of Thuganomics' at that time, and he did a rap on SmackDown to talk about the similarities between their move names.

It ended as soon as the company moved to the PG-Era, and FU was renamed Attitude Adjustment. The company made other changes to John Cena's move names and thereby established him as the company's poster boy.

WWE did everything to make John Cena the new face of the company as the previous Superstars were either on the shelf or were retiring soon. The company needed a new Superstar who could take the company forward with his work ethic and performance, and that is where John Cena we now know of was born.

He is still the most loved Superstar in the WWE who participated in the first-ever Firefly Funhouse match at WrestleMania 36 and took the pin to put The Fiend over.

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