Jim Cornette has made it no secret that he’s a big fan of WWE Raw star Austin Theory, and now he’s even comparing him to John Cena.
Cena, who was one of Theory’s heroes growing up, was trained in a large part by Cornette himself in OVW, and Cornette reckons Theory is already showing signs of being better than Cena.
Speaking on the latest Jim Cornette Experience, he said:
“John Cena’s only advantage over Austin Theory at this point in both of their careers was John Cena was a better promo.
“I saw them both at the same age at the same time – I’m sure John Cena as a human being was probably more mature and developed than Austin Theory, because he was that way, he was a f**king mature responsible person even then.
“But Austin Theory is better at everything else at this stage of the game than John Cena was, and I saw both of them.”
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This is the second straight week that Jim Cornette has complimented Theory in such a way, having said last week that he couldn’t find a single flaw in his work.
Theory has been announced for the men’s Royal Rumble match this coming Saturday, and is apparently set for an impressive outing. You can find a full list of names who have officially been confirmed for both Rumble matches at this link.
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