If you’ve ever seen John Cena perform before then you’re well aware of his “Five Moves Of Doom.” These moves include a flying shoulder block, sitdown hip toss, side-release spinout powerbomb, Five Knuckle Shuffle, and Attitude Adjustment. You could say Cena has a sixth move of doom with the STF, but those five seem to be the ones in that category for Big Match John.
Pro wrestling is always evolving and so are the stars of the sport who participate in the action you enjoy in the ring. Sometimes it’s important to freshen things up a little bit and it looks like John Cena is curious about making something happen because he is throwing the idea out there that he could be considering adding another move of doom to his repertoire.
He said he’s training twice a day at the Eye Of Jackie Chan center to prepare for his upcoming movie Project X. While he’s there, Super Cena is thinking about incorporating something new he’s learning for his new film into what he does in the ring. It might be possible when we see Cena return that he has a little Asian influence on his style which would be a very interesting thing to see.
John Cena might have never traveled to New Japan Pro Wrestling and learned Strong Style from the source, but he could always have picked up something while planning some fight choreography. Either way, it’s a very interesting thing to think about.
Training everyday, twice a day at @EyeOfJackieChan center. Excited for #ProjectX but greatly miss @WWE Thinking of incorporating training skills into #5MovesOfDoom beware the #6ThMoveOfDoom aka #TheDoomiest
— John Cena (@JohnCena) June 29, 2018