John Cena reveals his favorite WWE move of each era

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John Cena reveals his favorite WWE move of each era

WWE legend John Cena has progressively moved away from the wrestling world in recent years. His career in Hollywood has led him to significantly reduce his appearances in the ring, now limited to a few sporadic events. Also due to the effects of the pandemic, the leader of the Cenation did not even take part in the 2021 edition of WrestleMania.

His last official match therefore remained the one against The Fiend which was staged at the Showcase of the Immortals last year. The Bostonian recently posted the WWE logo on his Instagram profile, and fans have started speculating about his possible return to the square.

During a long interview, Jimmy Fallon asked him what the concrete meaning of that image was. Cena said: "I posted that photo in May. I was feeling quite nostalgic and wanted to post the WWE logo to show that I missed wrestling.

Some people have interpreted that gesture as symptomatic of my immediate return, but that was not the case. What I can say is that I haven't played my last match yet and that I can't wait to get back into the ring."

On LADbible microphones, Cena was asked to select his favorite WWE move of each era. He said: "Obviously I can't mention the moves that are in my arsenal, I think. I've always liked Steve Austin's Stone Cold Stunner.

I don't want to disrespect Kevin Owens, but Stone Cold's immediately comes to mind." To be honest, KO isn't the only superstar to have used the Stone Cold Stunner since the WWE Hall of Famer retired. officially in 2003.

Suffice it to say that - in 2015 - Cena himself performed a variation of Austin's move against Rusev at WrestleMania 31 (the so-called 'Springboard Stunner'). John's sequence began with a jump from the ropes.

Hell in a Cell results!

Here what happened in the WWE PPV Hell in a Cell, held on 20/6/2021 at the WWE Thunderdome (Yuengling Center) in Tampa, Florida. Women's Match: Natalya (w / Tamina) beats Mandy Rose (w / Dana Brooke) Women's Hell in a Cell Match for the SmackDown Women's Championship: Bianca Belair beats Bayley (Bianca remains champion) Single Match: Seth Rollins beats Cesaro Women's Match: Alexa Bliss beats Shayna Baszler (w / Nia Jax & Reginald) Single Match: Sami Zayn beats Kevin Owens Women's Match for the Raw Women's Championship: Charlotte Flair beats Rhea Ripley (via DQ) (Rhea remains champion) Hell in a Cell Match for the WWE Championship: Bobby Lashley (w / MVP) beats Drew McIntyre (Lashley remains champion) Show Notes: The duo titles of SmackDown, Raw and female were not defended in the PPV.

US and Intercontinental stocks were not defended in the PPV. They showed a recap of the Hell in a Cell held in SmackDown between Roman Reigns and Rey Mysterio valid for the Universal Championship after a brutal clash the Tribal Chief was the winner of the contest.