Top 10 Moves Of John Cena
John Cena's career in WWE has been outstanding for the kind of records he made throughout his time. On April 3, 2005, John Cena won his first WWE Championship at WrestleMania at 21 by defeating John 'Bradshaw' Layfield (c).
Cena is a five-time United States Champion, four-time world tag team champion, and 16-time world champion; the latter sees him tied with Ric Flair for the most world championship reigns in WWE history. He is also a two-time Royal Rumble winner and one-time Money in the Bank ladder match winner and has headlined several major WWE pay-per-view events.
He is thus regarded as one of the most polarizing professional wrestlers of all time. one-time Money in the Bank ladder match-winner. John Cena is considered to be one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time by his rivals and recorded for his strong work ethic.
The more is said the more is less about this glorious superstar, he did what other famous superstars were failed to do so.
Let's take a look at the top 10 moves of John Cena.
Tornado DDT is a move in which He/she jumps off so that he/she swings around the opponent. Using the momentum from the jump, he/she falls forwards and slams the back of the opponent's head into the mat. A standing jumping reverse tornado version of the move is also possible.their head.
The wrestler applies a headlock on the opponent then runs towards the ropes and bounces off, driving the opponent face-first into mat as they land.
#Flying shoulder block
Cena breaks into a full sprint and opponent off the ropes, taking flight when he reaches top speed and using his body as a projectile weapon to knock the wind out of his opponent.
The wrestler begins standing face to face with the opponent slightly to their side. Then, the wrestler tucks their own head under the opponent's near arm, reaches across the opponent's chest and around their neck with their near arm, and places the other arm against their back. The wrestler then falls forward, either flat on their chest or into a kneeling position, and forces the opponent back-first onto the mat.
#Five Knuckle Shuffle
This move is connected with John Cena's famous taunt "You Can't See Me". To perform this move Cena bounces off the ropes, struts his way toward said foe, brushes some dirt off his shoulder and — pow, right in the kisser — drops a closed fist on his enemy’s face.
To perform this move, The wrestler hooks the opponent's near leg behind the opponent's knee with their free arm and falls backward, flipping the opponent onto their back.
It generally sees a wrestler run up from behind their opponent, grabs the opponent's head with one hand and leap forward.
#Sunset Flip Powerbomb
This move sees the wrestler bend over and place their opponent in a standing head scissors.
This move is performed in a way when an opponent who is lying face down on the mat. A wrestler grabs one of the opponent's legs, and places the opponent's ankle between their thighs. The wrestler then lies on top of the opponent's back and locks his arms around the opponent's head. The wrestler then pulls back stretching the opponent's back, neck, and knee till the wrestler tap out or find the way out of it.
This move is executed from an Argentine backbreaker rack position. The wrestler then falls sideways, driving the opponent's head to the mat. This is considered an extremely dangerous move.
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