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Talks serious about turning John Cena heel

The possibility of turning John Cena heel has been discussed much more seriously than in the past, according to the Pro Wrestling Torch.

Vince McMahon made it clear when the idea was previously broached that it would not even be considered due to the tremendous amount of revenue Cena draws via merchandise. While there doesn’t appear to be any firm plan in place, McMahon has since changed his tune on the subject as he is now open to listening to suggestions. Meanwhile, this week’s issue of Figure Four Weekly adds that there is ‘strong talk’ of a turning Cena heel come WrestleMania season.

However, according to one person who works for WWE shop and knows the numbers, he doesn’t see a heel turn happening in the near future. Cena is said to be too valuable in that department and it would be too much of a risk even if PPV numbers and TV ratings went up as a result.

According to Dave Meltzer, one idea was for Cena to play a role similar to Bret Hart where he’d be a heel for adults but still be a babyface for the kids.


Cena should not become a heel because he dosent seem the type
that will cause implications that he will join the nexus after loosing his match at mania.

he should so become heel the universe is startin to turn on him neway i love him but he is startin to get on my nerves if they turn him heel then i would def love love love him again although he still wont be as awesome as Randy Orton but nobody has been better then RKO since 2002...

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