WWE star John Cena recently appeared on “The Steve Austin Show” with WWE Hall of Famer “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and talked about the current state of the WWE and what he sees as its future with the current active roster in 2014.
“Right now I’m very excited, not only for stuff like the WWE Network, but I think we are on the cusp of getting a true all-star lineup for the first time in a long time. We have a lot of guys who are if not making some noise, about to make some serious noise. When you have one dude and you’re trying to make superstars off of that dude, a majority of the audience just recognizes that one guy. And thats why when you have a feud with Daniel Bryan or a feud The Rock, you don’t hear the ‘Let’s Go Cena/Cena Sucks’ as much. You cheer for one guy, boo the other guy. But when it’s a one man party out there often times, the crowd is attached to the one man. It’s not that what we have isn’t good. I could waste four hours talking about the state of the business, setbacks I think guys can’t overcome. I think we have a locker room full of very, very talented superstars, but I also think we have a locker room full of superstars that are fearful of their employment and are not willing to take that one step, that Austin 3:16 whip your ass or that put your hat on backwards and a chain around your neck when no one else is doing it. Go out on a limb.”
To listen to the Steve Austin Show with John Cena, click here.