Mar. 12th, 2009

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So, if you've known me for any length of time and care about professional wrestling at all, you'll know about my long-standing, absolute loathing of John Cena (although he has had his entertaining moments lately). But that's not what this is about.

Apparently, Cena has adopted a new finishing maneuver in house shows and elsewhere. One that if you were around for the attitude era, you'd recognize instantly: the leg drop bulldog. More commonly known by the name given it to by Billy Gunn when he used it: The Famouser aka The Fame-ass-er.

This move has not been used much, if at all on TV by Cena to my knowledge, as the usage of such of a move is too much for network TV and even cable to handle. Just hinting at the possibility of the usage of a move on a PPV poster would sell more tickets to it than Wrestlemania III and VII combined.

I wish I could show you a clip of said move. It really is Cena's secret weapon. It devastates opponents, makes fangirls and boys orgasm in their seats, and even softens the heart of the smarkiest Cena-hater (at least for a moment). But alas, it is not to be found as even the shortest, poorest quality clip of this move would overwhelm the most powerful servers in the world in a matter of seconds.

Just it being performed at a small house show is nearly too much. The impact of this move on a mat in Pennsylvania can be felt as far away as Japan, just slightly. Just enough that the enlightened ones will pause for a moment, nodding their heads before screaming at the top of their lungs in whatever language they speak (even if they've never seen wrestling before: "OH MY GOD! John Cena with a FAME-ASS-ER!" before passing out from the excitement of the thought.

So, yes, for that tiny moment, when he performs that earth-shaking finishing maneuver, John Cena does, in fact, reek of AWESOMENESS!!!

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