It’s the go-home match of SmackDown leading up to the Battleground PPV this Sunday, July 23rd, which means it’s time to put the final touches on all of the rivalries that have been forced.. I mean, building since the last PPV. Smackdown has been the better of the two brands of late, in my opinion, but I’ll be glad to see some of the programs being worked finally end.
John Cena Returns
On the Fourth of July edition of WWE SmackDown, we saw the return of John Cena. As usual, his promo was interrupted early on by the “John Cena sucks” chants while he tried to address rumors from other Superstars that he was a part-timer. To one up their claims, Cena declares he’s an “all-timer” and eludes to the fact that he will be appearing on RAW and SmackDown.
Whenever Cena makes an appearance, 2 things happen: 1. I get the fanboy chills when his music hits, and 2. I find myself wondering what size t-shirt he wears. He’s a massive human being, but somehow finds t-shirts that are baggy on him. Are they a custom size not available on the WWE Shop? I guess we’ll never know.