John Cena Comments On Turning Heel; Trailer For Kevin Owens DVD; NJPW Title Changes

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John Cena On Heel Turn

In a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, John Cena commented on a number of topics but most interestingly was that of a possible heel turn that people have been wondering about for nearly a decade.

SI.com: So many people have asked you to turn heel. You just visited children at a Make-A-Wish luncheon in Orlando during WrestleMania weekend and the children were ecstatic to see you. Does that provide you with more justification to remain your current character?

Cena: I don’t think everyone wants me to turn. There is a group of people that don’t like what they see, but the most important message I send is you can’t please everybody, never be ashamed to be who you are, and know that what you do affects people. I look at it as a way to provide hope for families that don’t go through what we consider a normal day by providing a smile and happiness. I look at WWE as a vehicle to provide an escape and happiness. That’s why I’m here every year, I believe in what we do.

It should be noted that when Cena was a guest on Talk is Jericho on the WWE Network, he told Chris Jericho that he was all ready with new gear after being told of a heel turn during his feud with The Rock but it was dropped before it ever came to pass.

Kevin Owens DVD Trailer

As was announced previously on this site, there is a Kevin Owens DVD set to be released on July 4th. A trailer was just released for it which you can check out below.

You can check out the full match listing here.

Recent NJPW Show Sees Two Title Changes

At the recent Road to Wrestling Dontaku show, there were two NJPW title changes as RPG Vice regained the Tag Team Titles from Taichi and Yoshinobu Kanemaru. The night also saw Minoru Suzuki defeat Hirooki Goto to win the NEVER Openweight Title, which makes it Suzuki's first singles title in the company.

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