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    Thanks to Jesse "The_Hurricane" Collings for this report:

    JTG got major heat during a dark match before Superstars against Kozloff. He came out to the ring wearing a Yankees hat, while the crowd chanted "Let's go Red Sox."

    Ryder was really over in Boston and the crowd really loved his victory.

    Kofi Kingston got a lot of love from the crowd since he grew up in nearby Cambridge.

    Almost 2/3rds of the balcony were blacked out, and their were plenty seats open all over the arena.

    During the first TV break, John Cena cut a promo congratulating the the Bruins on their Stanley cup victory and told the crowd that today was his anniversary. He then went over to ringside and introduced his wife, his father and his brother.

    C.M. Punk was really over, almost as much as Cena, he got huge pops for mentioning WWE's Ice Cream Bars.

    After the show went off the air, Cena called out Punk, defending Boston. He then said that two men that hate each other shouldn’t wrestle; they should be in a street fight. A referee came out, and Punk’s music hit. Punk met Cena at the ramp and they began to fight around the ringside area. Punk stopped and blew Cena’s wife a kiss, then threw Cena into the stairs. Punk then got on the mic and congratulated Derek Jeter and himself before attempting to pin Cena, which got a two-count. Punk hit Cena with a chair, and when Cena got to his feet, they began to exchange punches. Punk got Cena into a sleeper, but Cena rolled out. Punk left the ring to argue with Cena’s wife, and Cena’s dad slapped him. Punk got back into the ring and walked right into the Attitude Adjustment for the three-count.

    Biggest Pops:
    Zack Ryder
    CM Punk
    John Cena
    Evan Bourne

    Most Heat:
    Alberto Del Rio
    Punk
    Cena
    The Miz
    R-Truth

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    never and i mean NEVER compare a Boston team to any others espically the Yankees.thems are fighting words. Bad bad move on Punk's part Boston Red Socks fans are the most devoted baseball fans out there I'm surprised that the crowd didn't riot.
    John Cena: You Can't keep a good man down.

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    Because Cena supports Yankees, didnt you know that????

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    I would doubt it Cena's a big red socks fan you would have a hard time finding some one from Boston who wasn't a red sock fan but that's besides the point the whole red sock/ Yankee feud goes back to 1918 when Babe Ruth was traded to the Yankees and because of that the red socks suffered the longest championship drought in MLB history. it wasn't broken untill 2004. Most red sock fans still hold a grudge about it to this day.
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    now i think jhon cena is on top possition, he is getting victory in most compitions,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cenas#1fangirl View Post
    I would doubt it Cena's a big red socks fan you would have a hard time finding some one from Boston who wasn't a red sock fan but that's besides the point the whole red sock/ Yankee feud goes back to 1918 when Babe Ruth was traded to the Yankees and because of that the red socks suffered the longest championship drought in MLB history. it wasn't broken untill 2004. Most red sock fans still hold a grudge about it to this day.

    Ah yes the Curse of the Bambino.

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    Thanks for the share.

 

 

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