Curb Your Enthusiasm, Homies.
After WWE 2K account teased a cover announcement during the June 30 episode of RAW, dozens of internet graphic designers jumped into their bootleg copies of Photoshop and tried to get a jump on the potential cover artist.
Guys like Cesaro, Brock Lesnar, Bray Wyatt, Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose or the Sell-Out Seth Rollins snagging the cover got the fans excited but the WWE did what was best for business and went with the current World Heavyweight Champion, John Cena. Surprise!
— WWE 2K (@WWEgames) July 1, 2014
Cena is the biggest star the WWE has right now, (even if you can’t see him) so it’s a smart financial move but eventually the WWE will need to do a better job of promoting the rising stars. However, with revenue shortfalls and lower-than-expected WWE Network subscribers, they needed to stick with their safety net and choose a guy beloved by the 17 people who saw John Cena star in “The Marine.” Well at least that was better than this WWE Superstar starring fiasco:
Anyway, listen to Cena chat about it below and have a great day!