WWE censor John Cena’s controversial statement about WrestleMania rival Bray Wyatt
WWE censored John Cena’s controversial statement about his WrestleMania 36 rival Bray Wyatt after taking a swipe at his previous characters. Cena and Wyatt are set for battle in a Firefly Fun House Match at WrestleMania, which was filmed last week behind closed doors at the Performance Center due to coronavirus worries.
I know The Fiend operates off of fear, but I also know The Fiend is Bray Wyatt, is Husky Harris, is a guy in a mask
The Champ has been very critical of The Fiend in the past few weeks as he has described him as “over-hyped”, “overvalued” and “over-privileged” even though WWE management seem to be behind him.
This time The Leader of the Cenation took things a little further as he blurred the lines between fiction and reality by bringing up his foe’s previous character of Husky Harris as well as his former cult leader gimmick.
Cena said during a backstage WWE interview: “I know The Fiend operates off of fear, but I also know The Fiend is Bray Wyatt, is Husky Harris, is a guy in a mask. I’m not afraid of The Fiend, and I’m not afraid to say that I’m not afraid of The Fiend.”
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However, Vince McMahon’s promotion decided to scrap that clip and instead had the wrestling legend talk about how he had some strong words in store for his rival before Friday night’s SmackDown.
Their upcoming match poses as a somewhat rematch to their fight at WrestleMania 30, which Cena won and pulled the breaks on Wyatt’s push to the top before he discovered his Fiend character.
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This time the two heavyweights are going to face off on a different studio away from the ring in what looks set to be a movie-like fight.
WresleMania was supposed to take place at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida but WWE had to move it to the PC due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cena won’t be the only legend coming back to action as The Undertaker is set to face AJ Styles in a Boneyard Match.
Brock Lesnar will also put his WWE Championship on the line against Drew McIntyre, who will get the opportunity to become the first ever British world champion.
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Goldberg will defend the Universal Championship against Braun Strowman, who replaced Roman Reigns after he pulled out of the event due to his history of leukaemia which puts him at risk amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch is set to face Shayna Baszler a year after beating her challenger’s close friend Ronda Rousey at WrestleMania 35.
Charlotte Flair will challenge NXT Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley for the title after winning the Women’s Royal Rumble Match last January.
And Edge will return to action at the Show of Shows when he takes on Randy Orton in a Last Man Standing Match.
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