8 Hidden Meanings Behind Outlandish WWE Super Show-Down Attires

8. John Cena

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Don't fret Elias, John Cena was bantering everybody off at Super Show-Down.

Whipping up a storm on Twitter by whipping his hair back and forth, 'The Champ' also debuted a new merchandise line that appeared for all the world to have been ironed together in the locker room five minutes before he galloped out for his bi-annual p*ss about.

Confrontational in tone and seemingly depressing by design, his t-shirt (that will, no doubt, sell by the truckload) was a threat/challenge to any midcarders that may petition to get some offence in against him during his increasingly irritating returns.

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