Top moves of John Cena
Here, we will look at the top moves of John Cena. In the WWE universe, there have been lots of wrestlers who have given up at the hands of a superior force. Presently, there are few who match the sheer perseverance of some age-old greats, most significantly The Undertaker. So when Kurt Angle called out any young wrestler from the locker room to challenge him in the ring, a lean man, sporting a weird crew-cut and wearing red shorts, came into the ring. Smiling, Angle asked “Who are you?” To which Cena replied, staring into his face, “I am John Cena”. With the attitude of a born champion, Cena showed the WWE authorities that he has it in him to move up to the top with a gruelling performance against Angle in that match. The rest is history, as Cena became a record 11-time WWE Champion and a 3-time World Heavyweight Champion.
With his motto being “Hustle, Loyalty, Respect”, Cena’s consistent attitude of never going away to the evil side has been met with some criticism by a section of the fans. But it’s the other section that cheers him on due this very attitude. Thus, his matches have been nothing short of fascinating as it has, if not the best, one of the most animated atmospheres with one section screaming “Let’s go Cena” and a successive chant of “Cena sucks” by the other section. Such has been the magnitude of the effect of John Cena on the WWE universe. So, let’s take a look at some of the top moves of the face of WWE – John Cena.
#5 Running One-Hand Bulldog
This move is one of the many variations of the Face Buster. But the commitment and the agility with which Cena pulls this off makes this variation one of the best in the business.
This move has been a regular feature in Cena’s WWE stint for quite a long time as it has brought down big-name stars like CM Punk, Edge and Batista.
While the opponent is reeling from a collision, preferably from the turn buckle, Cena ricochets from the ropes and, using his momentum, jumps and takes the back of the head of his opponent, slamming him face first onto the mat. This move can be one for a pin fall or just to wear the opponent down for the final finisher of Cena. A deadly move by a gutsy wrestler.