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LIVE WWE EXTREME RULES PPV: CENA VS. LESNAR



- Matt Striker catches up to John Laurinaitis. He asks what he talked to Triple H about, but he said it was business and they would address it tomorrow.

– We see a highlight package for Cena vs. Lesnar

– Fans start a “lets go Cena, Cena sucks chant”

(8) Extreme Rules: John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar

Lesnar goes after Cena, and cuts Cena’s head. He is bleeding badly from the head, as Charles Robinson puts on the gloves. Robinson calls for the doctors to look at Cena. Match continues and Cena continues to pound him on the mat. Match stopped again for the doctors to work on Cena’s head. Cena goes for the FU, but Lesnar counters with a pair of German suplexes. Referee bump, Robinson goes to the floor.

On the outside, Lesnar works over Cena’s left arm. Lesnar wraps up Cena’s left in his chains, and hammers him with a vicious clothesline. Lesnar puts Cena over the ring post with his legs still wrapped in the chains and just whales on him. Cena tries fight back, but Lesnar rams him into the steel ring steps. F5, but Cena bumps the ref. A second ref, but Cena kicks out. Lesnar took out the referee. Lesnar brings into the ring the ring steps. Lesnar locks Cena’s left arm on the ring steps, but somehow Cena countered out. Cena goes to the top rope, but fails to connect.

Lesnar goes flying after Cena on the ring apron, but falls over the rope and sells a knee injury. Lesnar recovers, as Cena puts a chain in his hand. Cena nails Lesnar in the head after he flip over the ring steps in the ring. Lesnar has been busted open. Both men are bloodied. Cena FU-ed Lesnar on the ring steps for the victory at 17:41.

After the match, a bloodied Cena said he knows its CM Punk’s town, but its also a wrestling town. He said he is going away from awhile, this is the way he would wanna go out.


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36 Responses

  1. Sonia says:

    Lesnar proed he’s just in it for the cash. At least Cena respects the business. Can’t wait until Lesanar is gone for good. He’s brutal

  2. Ian says:

    Seriously…Lesnar loses in his return…what kind of crap is that.

  3. derek says:

    get over it sonia, every wrestler is in it for the cash.

  4. kev says:

    Sonia, brutal is good thats why people liked this match. oh and btw how long has it been since a heel won the main event? wm doesnt count since the rock in my eyes wasnt a heel.

  5. james says:

    nah Dave that isn’t the worst back track lol your probably to young to know what the attitude era was that’s ok I understand.

  6. -J- says:

    Someone got Lesnar’d? Cena won didn’t he so lets celebrate Cenationals!

    Blood is back, for one night!

  7. bluerose80 says:

    While watching this at a bar with a friend, everyone noted how horrible it was. Even two Cena fans called the ending of the match bullsh*t.

  8. Rcwastorm says:

    @adurka

    I find it difficult to believe lesnar refused to sell much when he took 2 moves onto the steps. If anything lesnar was overselling at the times he had to.

    If lesnar is around for the next year which I understand he is contracted to be, him losing made no sense whatsoever. Lesnar should have won by stoppage, this would have built for a rematch and given cena a chance to make a comeback at a later event.

  9. axel says:

    Think of this nugget, Cena put Lesnar over great with winning. Both men come out better in the end as Cena had to resort to using weapons, where as under the context of a regular match Brock would have done him in. Due to the supposed biggest threat WWE could throw at him needed weapons, what can the rest of the roster do when they aren’t allowed?

  10. -J- says:

    Did brock not call someone the morning after, someone is obsessively bitter at lesnar…btw a stoppage would have been a better way to end it but they can’t let cena seem that weak, he never gives up even involuntarily!

  11. Rcwastorm says:

    @axel

    Normally the idea that it took weapons to beat a man would be good enough to still make someone look good. However it don’t work on this occassion for 2 main reasons;

    1 – the event was extreme rules and the match fought under these conditions. If they hadn’t used weapons it would have been stupid. Therefore it numbs the fact he was beaten in that way, as it was done under the rules of the match. It’s much like in a match like that a belt shot would be a standard thing, whereas in a standard match it pretty much ko’s someone.

    2 – lesnar was not allowed or given 1 kick out. If you want to put cena over but still built lesnar as a monster he should of had at least 1 strong kick out.

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