Cena tells all on 'Live! With Chris Jericho' podcast
on WWE Network - 7th April 2015
Networks live podcasts have set a precedent
for hard-hitting questions, and Chris Jericho did
not hold back in his first sit-down in the interviewers
chair. With no less a guest than U.S. Champion John
Cena fielding the questions, The Ayatollah of Rock
n Rolla unleashed all in the inaugural
edition of Live! With Chris Jericho. Cena
did not hold back in his answers, speaking candidly
on Mr. McMahons Brass Ring comments,
calling The Rock out on live TV, bringing prestige
to the United States Championship and impromptu marriage
counseling in Alaska. Check out a sampling of Cenas
interview with Jericho below, and check out the full
replay on WWE Network, free to new subscribers for
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JERICHO: Im sure youve worked quite
extensively, quite closely with the boss himself,
with Vince McMahon. Whats your relationship
with him now in 2015?
CENA: I think we both share the same vision.
I think sometimes creatively, were different.
But I love this company. There are people who say
they love the pro wrestling business.
I love this company because I love the way its
run. I love what we produce and the guy that runs
it is the first to show up and the last to leave.
And Ive been lucky enough to surround myself
with people like that for my entire life. So I took
a real liking to the way that this guy does things.
Its just All in, here we go, go forward.
Cold" interviews Mr. McMahon | Triple
H in the hot seat
I always say, the modern era, since the expansion
back in 84, that theres the Mount Rushmore
of WWE. You got Hogan; you got Rock; you got Austin;
you got Cena. The four faces of the company. Who do
you think can be the next face of the company, and
do you think it matters anymore?
I dont. With the dynamic now, I know that
whoever even tries to inch into that spot will run
into such a polarizing dynamic, because the audience
screams for new, but when you present new to them
packaged company-style, its immediately no good.
I use Roman [Reigns] as an example. I think he is
excellent. I truly think his work is smooth, he has
a great look. Hes found himself more as a person.
I like the fact that hes kind of set up in these
polarizing situations where he has to deal with getting
it stuck to him every night. But hes a star.
This kid is an absolute star. And here they say we
give em new, and they say, Ah,
its not good enough.
going to be weird from here on out.
out what Cena has to say about what went on between
him and The Rock beyond the ring, the importance of
the United States Title and so much more with the
podcast on WWE Network.
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