Indian fans fight for John Cena T-Shirt during WWE Hyderabad Superstar Spectacle- Watch
At the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium, some spectators were observed fighting over a T-shirt that he threw into the crowd. On social media, a video showing a bunch of fans fighting while gripping their T-shirts tightly went viral.
Given everything he has accomplished throughout his 20 years with the WWE, John Cena is without a doubt one of the most important figures in pro wrestling history. He has rejoined the group and has even taken part in the Superstar Spectacular competition. At the event, it now seems like several fans got into a brawl over Cena’s t-shirt.
Jimmy Uso brazenly interrupted John Cena last week during WWE SmackDown and was promptly destroyed by him. He also served as the special guest referee for LA Knight’s victory over The Miz.
Indian fans fight for John Cena T-Shirt
Since joining the organisation again, Cena has been delighting fans all around the world. He was in action today in India and acted as the special guest referee for the match between The Miz and LA Knight last Saturday at Payback in Pittsburgh.
Given his enormous fan base in India, it’s not surprising that John Cena is so popular there. This was clear when he arrived in Hyderabad to a rousing welcome and when he entered the stadium to face off in front of the crowd.
At the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium, some spectators were observed fighting over a T-shirt that he threw into the crowd. On social media, a video showing a bunch of fans fighting while gripping their T-shirts tightly went viral. No one was prepared to let go.
During the WWE Superstar Spectacular event, The Leader of Cenation and Seth Rollins engaged in a tag team contest against Imperium. Cena flung his shirt into the audience as he entered the ring, but for some reason this time, several fans began fighting over it.
As predicted, John Cena and Seth Rollins would win their tag team contest. We’ll have to wait and see what WWE has in store for him since he is also scheduled to feature on multiple Smackdown programmes in the future.