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Would Cena last in ROH, CZW, NJPW, or AAA?
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Old 17 Jun 2014, 06:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 17 Jun 2014, 06:41 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Lol nope! He only has 3 moves. Those guys are actual technical wrestlers.
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Not at all; he's only there to sell merchandize on a large platform. He appeals to a younger/female audience more than men.















Most people who watch indies are men/women only interested in good pure wrestling, something which Cena couldn't offer if his life depended on it.































Cena would be a total jobber in the indies.
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I think he would, he is a household name, he would draw fans in no matter what which any company that wants to make money would love
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John Cena maybe able to sell tickets but that doesn't exactly translate into outstanding wrestling. Cena's arsenal is too limited to make it in the indies, however his match with CM Punk did prove that he can go when the time calls for. My final verdict is that Cena would only make it to the mid-card at best if they just don't lump him in the tag team division. But he would make an excellent heel since the fans would criticize him to no end if he managed to step into the indies.
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I wouldn't say he couldn't succeed in the independent circuit, but I can say that he has a "WWE-style" wrestling move-set that wouldn't exactly comply with independent circuit standards. Though I wouldn't say that's his fault because WWE doesn't even allow a lot of the moves used in the independent circuit.































Cena's a good wrestler, but I couldn't imagine it. Though if he went to ROH, they'd probably put TNA out of business.
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