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Top 10 Legends That Have Been Fed to John Cena

2015 has been a renaissance year for John Cena. We know it's not his fault that Vince books him to beat everyone, but he still goes out and does his best to put each and every man that he faces over by giving it his all. John Cena Sucks? You're watching without having the full story, John Cena has done more for the next generation than a lot of other past top guys have. His matches with Cesaro, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, and Rusev are all match of the year candidates this year.

But that's just one year in the life of "the Face That Runs This Place." While not always being booked to win, Cena has been booked to look like a monster since the day he started and seldom does he lose entire programs. Combine that with the zillion times he's headlined a PPV or Raw and the billion times it's been against Randy Orton, and just about everyone, except a certain CEO named VKM can understand why Cena grates on fans' nerves. Sorry Mr. McMahon, but it's true.

While every guy needs to notch a few wins under his spinner belt on the way to top, it's pretty wild to think about the sheer number of past and current legends that have fallen beneath John Cena's Pumps. Somehow in between fighting Randy Orton every other day, spouting goofy catchphrases, and most importantly and un-ironically granting wishes to sick children around the globe, John Cena has trampled every legend he's faced at some even on the grandest stage, WrestleMania.

10 Big Show

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9 Edge

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8 Kurt Angle

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7 Chris Jericho

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6 Brock Lesnar

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5 Rey Mysterio

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4 Shawn Michaels

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3 Triple H

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2 The Rock

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1 The Undertaker

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Vince McMahon has long said that he wouldn’t expect anyone to do something that he wasn’t willing to do himself. One could surmise that the same could be said about The Deadman. There are some who seem to forget that The American Bad Ass was still around when a scrappy young kid from Newbury, Massachusetts was still finding his way. Our number one legend on this list also has the distinction of being the only legend to lose to a heel version of Cena. It did take assistance from the F.B.I. who were feuding with Big Evil at that point, but a win is a win and John Cena seems to know a thing or five about how to win matches.

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