|By Raj Giri||December 17, 2012 | Comments|
- John Cena commented on tonight's RAW in Philadelphia, writing on his Twitter, "Steel horse finally settles down in Philadelphia, for what is sure to be a very interesting #RAW"
We are looking for more correspondents for tonight's RAW, so if you are attending it, please contact us by clicking here.
- Cena also appeared on The Today Show on NBC this morning to promote Tribute To The Troops. During the interview, Cena was asked about the violent content that appears on WWE television.
"We are openly an entertainment company," Cena said. "We brand ourselves as an entertainment company, and we want families to enjoy the entertainment; the stories of good vs. evil, the stories of letting the audience be entertained by us. In the past, when it wasn't so publicized that we were entertainment, often times kids would see what we do and try to emulate it at school, or at home... We are professionals, do not try this at home, school, or anywhere. But you can come and enjoy the stories and the content of the product as families."
You can watch his appearance below:
Got a news tip or correction? Send it to us by clicking here.
WWE Superstars Results (5/29): Harper & Rowan Vs. Meta Powers, Adam Rose Vs. Heath Slater
NJPW On AXS Results (5/29): Young Bucks Vs. Time Splitters, Prince Puma In Action
TNA Impact Wrestling Results: Angle Vs. Young Showdown, New Champion, Knockouts, More
More On Kevin Owens Moving To Main Roster, His NXT Status
Neville Talks Bo Dallas Being Underrated, Wearing A Cape, Wrestling Seth Rollins On RAW
San Andreas Box Office And Reviews, Video Of The Rock Cementing His Legacy, Diva At Rock's Premiere
WWE Owen Hart DVD And Blu-ray Set Update, WWE SmackDown Viewership Down, WWE Stock
Brock Lesnar Working First House Show In Eleven Years, Opponent Revealed
Brock Lesnar Returning To WWE Television
Possible Replacement For Rusev At WWE Elimination Chamber, Backstage Notes On His Injury
Former WCW Tag Team Champion Signs WWE Legends Deal, Talks Infamous Shockmaster Incident
WWE Confirms Injury To Rusev At Tapings