WWE/JOHN CENA: John Cena sees Raw Underground as an opportunity for performers

Posted on 8/08/120 by Colin Vassallo



In an interview with the Newsweek publication to promote the
return of his series Dallas and Robo on SyFy, former 16-time
champ John Cena was quizzed on his thoughts about Raw
Underground, the fight club concept that made its debut on
Raw this past Monday.

Raw Underground was introduced by Shane McMahon and occupied
most of the third hour of Raw. It received mixed reviews
from fans, and while mostly negative, it remains to be seen
how the concept evolves.

RAW Underground is an opportunity. I think any paradigm
shift, any big announcement, anything in that world that is
ever-changing, constantly-pivoting, there is always a search
for growth, he said. Its an opportunity, thats exactly
what it is. So, I think it needs a little bit of time to
find itself. And in all things if it lacks creative
definition from the top, I really hope performers embrace
the unknown and they define it.

Cena brought up the example of Stone Cold Steve Austin and
how Austin wasnt brought in to be Stone Cold, but he saw an
opportunity, took it, and well, the rest is history.

You have this newer thing not a lot of people know what all
of it is and that is the absolute best for anyone that is
going to be in front of the camera because they can define
it and they can take advantage of the opportunity, Cena
added.

































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