Sunday, March 11, 2012

The War of Words Continues between Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson & John Cena

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson made a huge comeback this week in the War of Words. He made funny ass vignettes, where he gave the fans a history lesson and literally buried Cena. They were hilarious. My personal favorite was the first lesson, where The Rock proclaimed “The Rock Revolution” on John Cena. The Rock states that the fans were tired of Cena and they are going to start a revolution tonight, just like the American people did to the British. He began by throwing John Cena’s merchandise into to the river, just like the people of Boston did in 1773, during the “Boston Tea Party”. By the way who knew that there was John Cena cologne for sale? Then The Rock continued his assault on Cena, with a beautiful melody that went like this “John Cena went to town ridding on a pony, Rock stock a feather up his ass and called him a jabroni”, lol.
 Finally, they met face to face in the middle of the squared circle, and the home town boy began his comeback, yes I said it, John Cena hits The Rock with a combo of words that left him speechless. Even the fans saw how bad The Rock’s promos were and they began to chant “Tooth Fairy”, on a side note they made a Tooth Fairy part two, without The Rock, can you believe that shit. Back to the business at hand, Cena went as far as to say that The Rock’s best staff was Via Satellite or Prerecorded, damn that was hurtful. Cena, The Rock hasn’t been in front of the millions & MILLIONS of the Rocks fans for over seven years take it easy, bro.  The final nail on the coffin was when Cena mocked, The Rock by writing on his forearm the last statement he made by “The Great One” and looking at those notes during the rest of Cena’s promo. Sorry folks, SuperCena wins this week and if your keeping scores it goes like this Cena 2- The Rock 0

Harrington Bayas


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