John Cena Sr. on creating new Kane and The Undertaker



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John Cena Sr. on creating new Kane and The Undertaker

John Cena Sr. can't understand why WWE didn't want to turn Bo Dallas and Bray Wyatt into modern versions of Kane and The Undertaker. In 1997, the character of Glenn Jacobs made his federation debut in Stamford as the brother of The Undertaker.

The two superstars continued to interact with each other for the next two decades, eventually becoming iconic faces of the company both in the eyes of fans and their peers. Speaking with Dan Mirade of 'Boston Wrestling MWF', the father of 16-time world champion John Cena criticized WWE's choice of not giving Dallas enough opportunities.

The former NXT champion was expected to engage in a feud with another much-discussed wrestler, namely The Fiend.

John Cena Sr. on Bo Dallas and Bray Wyatt

"WWE has missed a huge chance to give life to the new Kane and The Undertaker, who could have looked like Bo Dallas and Bray Wyatt" - explained John Cena Sr.

“Maybe I have a different view of how to use superstars, but when you have such talents you have to build something better for them. I immediately understood that those two guys had what it takes to do something great, but for some reason, the WWE didn't want to press their brains”- he added to the dose.

In John's opinion, Otis is also set to leave WWE soon. The latter collaborated with Tucker from 2016 to 2020, before the latter received the compliment from Vince McMahon to general amazement. “I don't think Otis will stay in the company for long, I'm afraid his departure is imminent.

Comedy in wrestling doesn't work, especially that way. Do not fall into humiliation or denigration of women or other professionals. I do not like. I know that I will receive some criticism for these words of mine, but it is my sincere opinion.

Otis has no real place in WWE”. John Cena Sr. says WWE has the ability to keep its stars fresh and relevant by giving them new personas. However, in Billie Kay and Peyton Royce’s case, he thinks it is best for everyone if they move on and work somewhere else.

John Cena Sr. explained: “I think you can always find a way to repackage a product and put it back on its shelf,” he added. “I think the case was it just didn’t work, and the fact is, 'I’m not gonna work with it anymore, let’s move on, we’ll find somebody else.'

Unfortunate but I think the one thing they can do is look back and say, like I do, 'I had my day in the sun.' ”