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John Cena, WWE’s Comfort Zone and Stepping Out of It

After a combined 18 years at the top for Cena and Orton, it's time for a change in WWE.

Ever hear wrestling fans complain about getting the same thing over and over again? Or that they’re sick of seeing the same guys be at the top for so long? We all have. It’s one of the biggest complaints wrestling fans have these days, especially in WWE circles. They’re tired of seeing John Cena be champion, something he’s done 15-times ... Read More »

The Shield’s ‘Journey to SummerSlam’ Shows Beauty of WWE Network


It’s been a bust. There’s really no way around it. Thus far the WWE Network has been a bust. By last count, the brand new viewing system that was supposed to revolutionize pro wrestling, sports and entertainment, has failed to generate the number of subscribers higher-ups had hoped for. Around 700,000 subscriptions had been placed since the WWE Network’s debut ... Read More »

TNA Wrestling–WE Debate: #ItHappened, Legacy of Bully Ray, X Division, & More!

Bully Celebrates

WrestleEnigma has always been a website that’s allowed writers and commenters alike a platform to debate about everything professional wrestling. We feel giving fans of every promotion—whether it be WWE, TNA, ROH or anywhere else—a safe haven to share their opinions on what has happened, what is happening and what is still to come is crucial to allowing the site ... Read More »

Brock Lesnar vs John Cena – The Symbolism Behind 16 German Suplexes


Ring psychology and storytelling can single-handedly transform a decent wrestling match into something so unforgettable that it will be talked about forever. Brock Lesnar vs John Cena at SummerSlam 2014, AKA the biggest fight of the summer is one such example. It was a beating so one-sided that even the commentary team – which usually kisses Cena’s ass – had no ... Read More »