WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T has gone on record to say John Cena has had the "greatest career in the history of the business".
That's big praise.
Booker was guesting on Corey Graves' WWE-produced 'After The Bell' podcast when he made that bold statement, and he justified it by saying Cena has gone the furthest on a "limited skill set"; Book did say that some fans believed he was slating John whenever he'd say something to that effect on commentary, but that couldn't be any further from the truth.
Instead, the former six-time World Champion (despite his longstanding "five-time, five-time, five-time, five-time, five-time" catchphrase) claims he was trying to put Cena over as somebody who made the most of everything in front of him.
He reckons today's wrestling youth could learn a thing or two from that dedication and intelligence.
It is rather amazing that Booker considers John Cena's career superior to the likes of The Undertaker, Hulk Hogan or Steve Austin, but there's no doubt that JC is one of the greats. To Booker, he's the best, and his WWE run hasn't been matched by anyone else.
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