Cena Reveals WWE Locker Room Rule Regarding Ribbing
WWE star John Cena recently did an interview with MTV to promote his new BodyChange program, and during the interview Cena revealed the following WWE locker room rule regarding ribbing:
"Rule number one: don't rib unless you want to be ribbed. If you prank someone, someone is going to get you back. It may not be the person you pranked, because they might not be good at pranks, but we've got our homies. We've got our wolf. We call in another prankster and he'll get you back. So, you got to respect peoples personal space and don't rib unless you want to be ribbed."
Foley Says He Was Not Trying to Knock Batista w/Harsh Rumble Reaction
As we noted yesterday, WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley posted scating post-Royal Rumble blog on his Facebook page, calling the event a "disgrace" due to Daniel Bryan's exclusion from the Royal Rumble match. Foley posted a follow-up to the blog, which you can check out below:
"I honestly never expected the type of attention that both my tweet and my Facebook post about my displeasure with the Royal Rumble would bring. I was just expressing an opinion, and it seemed to be in line with what many of you had on your mind last night as well. The response on both Twitter and Facebook dwarfed anything I'd received in the past, and I hope WWE will recognize this unprecedented response as a sign that a little tweaking might be needed in order to save this Wrestlemania from the prospect of 75,000 people booing, turning their backs, or walking out of its main event.
Last night's comments were not meant as a knock on Dave Bautista. I like and respect Dave, and am proud of what he's accomplished both inside and outside the ring. But Dave is intense, and unlikely to handle a heated 50/50 crowd with the same wink and a nod that has served John Cena – WWE Universe so well. Besides, we're not looking at a spirited 50/50 response at Mania; we're looking at the potential of something akin to a mutiny – and I think Dave deserves better than that.
On the bright side, WWE has 10 weeks to make this thing right for its loyal audience – and the potential to make this Wrestlemania the most talked about and interesting of them all. Where there's a will, there's a way. But unless Daniel Bryan is involved, that way just doesn't seem possible to this particular wrestling fan."