John Cena, who per the stipulations of last night’s WWE Money in the Bank pay-per-view was fired, has now taken to Twitter to apologize to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson for his comments that he has been making about him as of late. “I have just been ‘future endeavored’. Well..if that’s how it is I would like to take a moment to publicly apologize to Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson,” Cena said.
He continued, “In an effort to make WM28 as big as possible I tried to expose rock for his flaws. Very childish and immature on my behalf. My comments about the rocks absence were both unprofessional and childish. I am sorry. Rock, I truly wish and still hope in my heart of hearts that the crazy old man who is the boss reconsiders his totally rash decision. Because chicago was insane last night… And it made me think.of what Miami could have been. I guess sometimes u do not know what u have until it is lost. CeNation. I very rarely ask u for anything but I am down to my last chance. If u could tweet WWE to let them know not to fire me. I would be indebted to u all. I’m not saying its gonna work but sometimes they can not ignore the universe”.
Considering that Cena isn’t really fired from WWE and is “fired” only in storyline terms, one possible scenario that has been tossed around backstage to get Cena back on the air and “re-hired” by Vince McMahon is fans flooding the WWE Twitter account, asking them to “re-hire” Cena. Cena, or the person tweeting for him, has already apparently started to put that in motion.