Did John Cena drop a clue about the Royal Rumble winner days before the PPV?
The face of the WWE dropped an FB post that doesn't seem so cryptic in retrospect
Since his debut in the WWE in seemingly distant 2002, John Cena has enjoyed Brobdingnagian success in the worldwide leader in sports entertainment. After winning his first WWE Championship in 2005, Cena has weathered injuries and ire in his decade at the top, also establishing himself as a mainstream box office star during his off-time from the ring.
It’s difficult to say if the displeasure he arouses in the fans is a benefit or a drawback for the WWE, because the ones who don’t love him certainly turn up in droves to exhibit how much they love to hate him.
Regardless of the feelings he inspires in the Universe, Cena is such a central figure that whenever he speaks, people listen. Which is why we wondered if he left a massive breadcrumb a few days before the Royal Rumble about the outcome of the event:
Cena posted this on his official Facebook page on the 21st of January. We just needed one look at it to pinpoint that the Royal Rumble crown that resembled Triple H’s and the number ‘14’ both indicated that he was going to be the last man in the ring. A number of guesses were aimed at it, most of them inaccurate, which forces one to question the loyalty of the supposed fans.
Speaking of Triple H, WWE posted this video, symbolizing the dawn of Triple H’s 14th reign as WWE World Heavyweight Champion. So whose plates do you think are more eye-catching, Reigns’ or Hunter’s?