I don't "hate" Cena, so maybe I am not the most qualified to answer this question. But I will try anyway.
I am tired of seeing him win all the time regardless of the situation. I am tired of watching far better performers job to him to try and push Cena. There is no way that Shawn Michaels or Triple H should be jobbing to Cena. And lets be honest, if it wasn't neccessary for the start of the ECW brand extension, Cena wouldn't have dropped the title to RVD last year at One Night Stand.
For the beneifit of those without closed captioning and for those with flash photography, please allow me to offer some basic definitions for the viewing audience.
Doing a JOB - losing a match clean, thereby putting over another wrestler.
For example, when the Rock lost to Goldburg at Goldburg's first WWE PPV, he did a JOB.
A Jobber - a wrestler who is known for doing a JOB.
Shawn Michaels and Triple H losing to Cena in the main event of Wrestlemania does not make them jobbers. It does, however, make them guilty of jobbing to Cena.
If wrestling was actually determined by skill and ability, then winning would be the essential aspect to a wrestlers greatness. However, since the WWE, TNA, ROH, CZW, PWA, OVW, FCW, and many other three lettered organizations determine the match outcomes by script writers, then we must judge these entertainers by the performances that they put on and not just how cute we think they are. Sadly, John Cena is not a good performer. Really, can you tell me another World Champion who has ever been accousted with a audience chant of "You can't wrestle?" HBK and HHH could have a match with a broken broom handle, and they could make that match look incredible. Imagine how difficult it would be to entertain a PPV croud for over an hour. There are only 4 wrestlers that I know the WWE has trusted to carry a PPV in an Iron Man match. Heck, there are only 6 wrestlers that WWE has ever put in a one hour ironman match. Shawn Michaels and Brett Hart at Wrestlemania 12. Triple H and The Rock at Judgement Day 2000. And Brock Lesnar and Kurt Angle on Smackdown. I'm sorry, John Cena doesn't even begin to compare to the Showstopper, the Excellence of Execution, the Game, the People's Champion, the Next Big Thing, or the Olympic Gold Medalist.
However, I don't blame WWE for constantly putting over Cena. He has become an incredible draw. Mostly because people keep tunning in to see him lose, but still an incredible draw. I blame the WWE for not developing any other wrestlers to take the top spot from Cean or Batista in the last couple of years. Part of the problem, is that they have enough main event wrestlers for one organization, but they keep them seperated into three "brands." Part of the problem, is they can't seem to keep their "talent" off of steroids long enough to develop a decent push. Part of the problem, is that people keep getting injured. For example, just in the past year, the WWE has lost Mr. Kennedy, Undertaker, Edge, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, and Bobby lashley for significant periods of time due to injury. And then they lost Mr. K. again due to steroids. (They would have lost Edge as well, but his injury and his suspension have occured at the same time.)
Answered By: lustatfirstbite - 9/17/2007