It’s hard to tell what’s more impressive in the above video — the fact that John Cena‘s tailored suit isn’t ripping apart at the seams due to his incredible vascularity and definition, or the fact that he’s straight owning the use of Mandarin. Seriously, for two straight minutes, Cena sounds like he was born in China. To be honest, I have no clue what good Mandarin sounds like but it seems like John’s got a great handle on it.
It hasn’t been a secret that Cena has been working on his Mandarin, but damn those lessons paid off! Somewhere, Vince McMahon is sitting back and looking at the monstrous cash cow he helped create with gleaming eyes. The footage WWE posted on their YouTube on Thursday is from WWE’s “historic” press conference in China, an event that was presented to announce the partnership between WWE and PPTV, a Chinese streaming entity.
Elsewhere in WWE/China relations, Triple H was on hand to announce the first Chinese national athlete to sign with WWE, Bin Wang.
Wang will report to the WWE Performance Center to start his training. He’s 6-foot-3, 230 pounds, and he looks pretty good in a suit. As for his athletic prowess, we’ll just have to wait and see how he handles the WWE canvas. Hunter said that WWE scouted all the major regions in China, looking for a superstar worthy of the coveted Performance Center contract.
Wang … you have been chosen.