John Cena is a wrestling machine and has been a driving force behind WWE for nearly two decades. Even today he is a big crowd pleaser, which is why we see him whenever Vince McMahon feels the need to increase the ratings of his shows. Recently, AEW star Miro opened up about working with Cena and praised him.
Miro, formerly known as Rusev, had a feud with John Cena during his run in WWE. They even had the main game at Wrestlemania 31 for the United States title. The duo put on a great show and fans loved their chemistry in the ring. Even after cutting ties with the Vince-run company, Rusev can’t stop praising the Doctor of Thuganomics.
Speaking on The Kurt Angle Show, Miro called John Cena a “teacher.” He said, “Oh man, John is the best. John is the absolute best. I’ve learned so much from him to this day. Again, he’s such a teacher.” He continued: “He’s so good and he’s one of those guys, ‘What are your best four moves?’ That’s what I learned from him and I use it to this day. He’s not asking you that because – He just wants to emphasize you in the best places, in the best lighting. So he’s just trying in his head to understand where he’s going to make these four best moves.”
Miro further revealed John Cena’s golden advice to him, and it listens to the crowd during the fight. “I’ve learned that I’ve learned a lot more the psychology of a competition. I learned how to control a match because I beat John up all the time for 10 minutes, 15 minutes a night. [talking]† I just listen and after the game he tells me why we did this. ‘Did you hear the crowd was here? We’re trying to get it there, that’s why we did this.’ I found out that this whole thing is all about psychology,” the ex-WWE star added.
Meanwhile, Miro made his WWE debut via NXT (as Rusev) in 2013. He was fired from the company in April 2020 and has been associated with AEW since September 2020.
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