John Cena repeated his role as the Doctor of Thuganomics to intrude on Elias’ live execution with a perfect rap act that filled MetLife Stadium with sentimentality as the declared horde of more than 80,000 ate out of Cena’s hands.
“No string plucks. I feel like I’m at home watching one of my damn movies because this whole thing sucks!” said Cena, deftly looking to better days to his famous rap trick to Elias’ detriment.
With the assistance of WWE comfort food and New York Yankees history, Cena rapidly turned into the most prevalent man in New York with an exceptionally engaging fragment close by Elias for the second straight WrestleMania.
In spite of skirting every chance to have an in-ring match at WWE’s greatest show of the year, Elias is starting to cut out a pleasant little specialty as a lock for memorable WrestleMania minutes. A year ago, Elias trolled John Cena by mockingly noting a challenge implied for The Undertaker.
This time around, The Drifter set himself up for a prominent interference when he pledged to convey the best concert ever, just to be trolled directly back by Cena.
Elias keeps on being a mainstay of WWE programming with his enamoring mix of certainty, accommodating allure and real melodic ability. In a year where the Honky Tonk man went into the WWE Hall of Fame, maybe Elias could be the more up to date, better form of WWE’s inhabitant melodic act.
The more WrestleManias Elias shows up in a non-wrestling role, the more troublesome it will be to pay attention to him as a potential top star who goes after world champions and plays with WrestleMania main events on an annual basis.
Yet, perhaps that was never likely to work out for Elias. With a program that is greater than it has ever been, WWE’s headliner scene has turned into significantly more exclusive in recent years. Also, if Elias’ ceiling is WrestleMania comic relief, it’ll be a higher ceiling than a large number of Elias’ increasingly gifted in-ring partners who lack the bells and whistles Elias effortlessly brings to every show.