John Cena Recalls Being Squashed By Brock Lesnar After The Beast Ended The Streak at SummerSlam 2014

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John Cena reflected on a lopsided match between him and Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam 2014, where Cena was defeated by Lesnar after 16-German suplexes and two F-5s. Cena explained that due to the momentum of Lesnar ending The Undertaker’s WrestleMania streak, it would have been “silly” to not keep the momentum with a one-sided match. Cena stated that Lesnar is generous in the ring and the idea of suplexing Cena and beating him was suggested by Steve Austin. Read more about the match and John Cena’s commentary on Not Sam Wrestling podcast. com/john-cena-discusses-recent-feud-austin-theory-wrestlemania-39/”> here. In this interview, John Cena discussed how he and Brock Lesnar had to come up with a plan to make the most out of the Undertaker’s WrestleMania streak being broken by Lesnar. Cena suggested making the feat even bigger by having an ‘unbelievable feat’ alongside it, thus showcasing the enormity of the win. He also spoke about his feud with Austin Theory which culminated in a match at WrestleMania 39. To read more about this, click here. com/john-cena-on-austin-theory-roman-reigns-comparisons-what-he-told-theory-before-raw-promo/”>Not Sam Wrestling Podcast, saying Lesnar had just ended The Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania, so there was no other option for him.

John Cena recently reflected on his 2014 match with Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam, saying that Lesnar had just broken The Undertaker’s streak, so there was no choice but for him to be squashed. Learn more about the match and John Cena’s comments on the Not Sam Wrestling Podcast here and read more about it on Wrestling Headlines here. He ended The Streak.

In a recent podcast, John Cena revealed that Brock Lesnar’s match against him at Extreme Rules 2012 was designed to be a one-sided affair to showcase the enormity of Lesnar’s win over The Undertaker at WrestleMania 28. Lesnar had dinner with Steve Austin and they decided that he would suplex Cena and beat him without a 50-50 match. This was in order to not waste the Undertaker’s streak. Not Sam Wrestling podcast andJohn Cena’s Interview provided the details. John Cena discussed the importance of having an incredible match before a wrestler loses, emphasizing that it is how stars are made. He recently spoke about his feud with Austin Theory which concluded at WrestleMania 39. Read about it here and find the transcribed interview by

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