“I Was So Disappointed,” “I Literally Cried” – WWE Fans React to Epic Prank Involving John Cena

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In 2011, a prank orchestrated by Vince McMahon involving John Cena left fans and the USA Network in a state of surprise. McMahon, known for his unique sense of humor, decided to play a prank during the WWE Draft that year. Cena was drafted from RAW to SmackDown, the first pick of the night, leaving fans and the network in shock.

However, the surprise didn’t end there. By the end of the night, Cena was drafted back to RAW, making him the first superstar to be drafted twice in the same night. This move was later revealed to be a prank on the USA Network by McMahon, causing a flurry of panic among the network’s officials.

The revelation of this prank was recently made by former WWE writer Freddie Prinze Jr., leading to a wave of reactions from fans on Twitter. Many fans expressed their surprise and credited McMahon for the well-executed prank.

Cena has been a significant figure in the company for over a decade, attracting more viewers and helping the company grow. However, a recent claim by Mark Henry, known as The World’s Strongest Man, has stirred up a debate about strength in the ring.

Henry, who represented the United States at the Olympic Games in 1992 and 1996 and set world records in the deadlift and squat, took exception to The Big Show’s remarks that Cena was the strongest rival he had ever competed with. In an appearance on Chris Van Vliet’s Insight podcast, Henry said, “And I gave him the business about it too. How are you gonna say John Cena is stronger than me? Because he’s, he’s, he’s more over than me? But if it came to strength for strength, like there’s nobody else on the planet that compares to the things that I’ve done.”

While Cena has showcased his strength in the ring on numerous occasions, Henry’s comments have sparked a debate about who truly holds the title of the strongest in the ring.