John Cena Plays Piano To Celebrate The Bella Twins Getting 900,000 Subscribers
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Over the last five years or so, maybe more, John Cena has become someone perhaps more known for his exploits as a meme, rather than a wrestler.
He debuted in WWE in June, 2002, slapping Kurt Angle and ushering in what would become known as the 'Ruthless Aggression Era'. Eventually he was repackaged as a bucket hat and steel chain wearing rapper, who apparently had a PhD in 'Thuganomics'. Now though, he's the leader of the Cenation, which no one really takes seriously.
Despite all that, he's won 16 world titles, four tag team titles, the US Championship five times, won the Royal Rumble twice, among many other accomplishments. He's also a movie star, mega rich and Nikki Bella is his wife. Case in point, he's better than all of us, not just a wrestling, but in life.
He often appears on The Bella Twins YouTube channel showing off what he's good at, with one of those things surprisingly being playing classical piano.
As a celebration of Nikki and Brie, the Bella twins, hitting 900,000 subscribers on their channel, they gave us the gift.
That gift was John Cena, in a tuxedo, beautifully playing 'Where Is My Mind?' by The Pixies. Wow.
And for all of you making the same 'this is just a piano playing itself' or 'I can't see him' jokes, I've already thought of them all, and none of them are funny.
It's a shame there was no sort of remix here, where he shouts: "IT'S JOHN CEEEENAA", rips his tuxedo off and raps his entrance music, but we can't have it all.
This isn't the first time the Bella twins have called upon the services of Cena to help them celebrate a milestone, either.
He bet Nikki that if she and her sister's YouTube channel reached 500,000 subscribers then he would take off his clothes in a video.
They reached that landmark in April and posted a video where Nikki and John are holding a sign saying 500,000 and thanking everyone for joining up to their channel.
She told the camera: "OK this is a very good idea because why we got half a million subscribers so we are ready to give all of us to all of you," before she tells John: "Shut up and take off your clothes".
As you'd expect they're censored, but the 16 time world champ does deliver the joke "I think my tube is on YouTube," which shows he's basically ready for fatherhood.