|Cena has been training to get them kickouts on point|
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200kg 440lb bench, now do u guys understand how I can keep kicking out at 2? #pressoffthehate #TBT TrueBenchThursday pic.twitter.com/Ya7c8vVYj7— John Cena (@JohnCena) May 28, 2015
First thing's first, that's a lot of weight there. Second, this kind of thing is what Twitter was made for in terms of wrestling, character development, and the like. Everyone seems to love the guys who take to Twitter to "shoot" out-of-character, but when a wrestler stays in character and adds mystique to it, then it's the best possible thing. Any great hobby or interest can be improved by a self-immersive experience, but wrestling's the only one that can use social media to bring its characters to life without it seeming hokey. Of course, since it is Cena doing it, he won't get a whole lot of brownie points from a lot of people, but regardless of how many people to whom the "CENA SUCKS!" chants are real, the man is where he's at for a valid reason.