John Cena VS Bray Wyatt: Family Did Not See The Revenge Coming Their Way At WrestleMania 30

Wrestlemania 30 has come and gone, but news is still flooding the web. Some of the most memorable moments happened this night, which included Daniel Bryan surviving all odds and winning the championship and the Undertaker’s undaunted streak finally being broken. However, one match that had a decent amount of hype, great delivery between both performers, but an outcome most of the WWE Universe did not desire was John Cena versus Bray Wyatt.

Before the bout which includes Cena initializes, he would come out in monumental fashion. At Wrestlemania 22, Cena’s entrance was a Chicago gang sequence enforcing “Hustle, Loyalty, Respect” – in which one of the gangsters was CM Punk before he was given a wrestler role. Wrestlemania 23 had an army of John Cenas line up along the entrance ramp. Wrestlemania 24 featured a high school band performing My Time Is Now, the theme song for John Cena. This year: nothing (just like last year). Actually, the Wyatt Family had the special entrance with a voodoo lady dancing prior to their arrival.

The match itself was good. It went back and forth between both competitors, but the times Bray had the upper hand were significant, especially since he wanted to bring out the “monster” deep within John Cena. At times, the monster did make an appearance which surprised Wyatt, but also brought him joy. Actually, the monster looked a lot like the old John Cena, who was angry all the time while he wore throwbacks of teams the current city/town would not be fond of. It was nostalgic.

At one time, Bray Wyatt handed a steel chair to John Cena, then kneeled before his adversary. Wyatt begged Cena to hit him with the steel chair as a means of Cena showing the monster deep within. Cena’s face contorted into a mask of rage, but was able to compose himself from smashing Wyatt’s face in. In the end, Cena was able to get a clean victory, in the center of the ring, right after an Attitude Adjustment which pinned Wyatt for the 1-2-3.

In all seriousness, Bray Wyatt probably should have won. He is up-and-coming in the industry and could actually provide a lot for the business as mentioned in the quote below:

“Then, you got John Cena, the face of the company for a decade, wrestling a guy [Bray Wyatt] who’s basically in the first year of his career, so that’s pretty awesome to see a guy that new getting a shot at John Cena and being as over and that match having as much heat as it does…. Wrestling tradition states that at some point you got to drop the title, you got to drop the streak and you got to give the rub to somebody else. At this point, it looks like Bray Wyatt can step into that role and be the guy. You have go into WrestleMania 30 and beat John Cena and then he goes to WrestleMania 31 and ends the streak and beats The Undertaker. You have your next giant superstar for the next decade.”

This is a fantastic scenario to happen. Unfortunately, Bray Wyatt lost and, as reported earlier in this article, Undertaker has lost at the hands of Brock Lesnar, meaning he is now 21-1. Still, the match may have been somewhat predictable, it was a well-wrestled match and very entertaining. All in all, it probably pushed Wyatt more than Cena, especially when the WWE Universe started to wave their arms side by side while singing, “He’s got the whole world, in his hands!”