John Cena talks WrestleMania 34 match with Undertaker
John Cena recently spoke with Sports Illustrated about his WrestleMania 34 match with The Undertaker and the criticism it received in the fallout of the show.
“I did not do well in this match. My ‘WrestleMania Moment’ was to spend the time in the crowd and not do well in a very short performance, but I loved it because it got the job done. The focus was not me, the focus was someone else. Often times, we look at things so selfishly, asking, ‘What’s in it for me?’ Well, what was in it for me was the chance to reintroduce a WWE icon. I had to stretch the suspension of disbelief to its breaking point to do it, but it was awesome. Every single week, the crowd would chant at the top of its lungs and no one thought I would be sitting in the crowd at WrestleMania, but I was able to do that. I was able to go out and be handily defeated in three minutes and bring back an icon. That is a message to any performer who is complaining about their spot or that, creatively, they have nothing going for them. I’ve been first, I’ve been in the middle, I’ve been last. I just want to go out there and do something. There are a few performers who share my ideology, with The Miz being one of them. That’s why he is skyrocketing into a new bracket as we speak, and I can’t wait to see what he does next week. But there is also a lot of disdain and complacency. You should be happy with any sort of role, even if it is getting your tail kicked in.”
Bret Hart receives honorary degree
WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart posted the following on Twitter, noting that he will be receiving a honorary degree from Mount Royal University this weekend.
I enrolled at @mountroyal4u in 77 to learn film. I ended up taking a different path that allowed me to see the world while representing Calgary and Canada. I am extremely proud to receive an honorary Bachelor of Physical Literacy from Mount Royal University this Friday #MRUGrad pic.twitter.com/mqqi36ZSBc
— Bret Hart (@BretHart) May 30, 2018