The Undertaker’s return to WWE last night had everyone excited, and none more so than 16-time champion John Cena.
A hilarious photo, which has gone viral online, appears to show a bulge in Cena’s trousers while he is being pinned down by the Undertaker during his sensational return.
Seriously though, take a look at the snap as it is incredible!
Naturally Cena’s bulge caught the attention of the internet as people took to Twitter to joke about it.
Cody Hettinger couldn’t resist having a laugh writing:
Why does John Cena have a b**er while he is giving the Undertaker a b**wie?
Why does John Cena have a boner while he is giving the Undertaker a blowie? https://t.co/tK0x59qeXW
— ?✨ (@CodyHettinger) April 9, 2018
Brian of course had a giggle too tweeting:
It kinda looks like he’s doing a little more than just defeating him. Wrestling really?
LOL, It kinda looks like he's doing a little more than just defeating him, LOL. Wrestling really?
— Brian (@BKCloud1) April 9, 2018
A user known as ‘shxrk_dxd’ also felt Twitter needed to be notified about Cena’s bulge writing:
Friendly reminder that John Cena got a b**er while the Undertaker teabagged him.
Friendly reminder that John Cena got a boner while the Undertaker teabagged him pic.twitter.com/5UriZyW9x3
— ya girl turbo tortellini ? (@shxrk_dxd) April 9, 2018
40-year-old Cena finally got the fight he’d been asking for at Wrestlemania 34 last night, as the 53-year-old Undertaker made his return to the sports entertainment franchise’s biggest show of the year.
Dramatically entering by lightening on top of the clothes he famously left in the ring at last year’s event, it only took the Undertaker, real name Mark William Calaway, less than three minutes to pin Cena.
Using every signature move he is renowned for, the Undertaker made it look easy much to the delight of the crowds.
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Last night’s event also saw former UFC fighter Ronda Rousey make her debut WWE performance two months after she signed with them at the Royal Rumble.
Taking part in a mixed-gender tag-team match with Kurt Angle against Stephanie McMahon and Triple H, Rousey seemed to be enjoying herself, claiming victory against the married couple.
Opening up about her transition from MMA to wrestling, Rousey told ESPN:
It was me versus the world in an individual sport, I thought I would never say this, but I’m so happy I lost those fights [to Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes] because it led me here. This is so worth it.
Everything really does happen for a reason. I’m just so grateful. I thought I never would be [grateful] for [the losses], but time is a great teacher.
I’m just really, really glad I gave it time instead of giving up and feeling it was the end of the world. There’s so many people who encounter tragedies who feel like the world and time won’t heal it.
But all I can say to those people is: Just give it time, even if you think time can’t heal it. You never know what will happen and where it will lead you. Every missed opportunity is a blessing in disguise. I really believe it now.
Rousey also admitted the world of WWE was more welcoming than she expected leaving her thankful for the community and fans.
I owe the WWE universe an apology, because I thought they were going to boo me out of the building from day one.
They really accepted me from day one. Hopefully, I satisfied a lot of skeptics tonight.
I underestimated how kind the WWE universe would be. I thought any outsiders would be shunned. I was expecting to get shunned and to have to battle to be accepted.
I worked my ass off to pay respect to what’s so important to them, and hopefully they saw that tonight. I’m just so grateful, man. I’m trying my best to deserve it.
We are sure it won’t be long until she is crushing it in the ring again!
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Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.