John Cena Shows How He Psychologically Intimidated College Football Rivals

-I want to talk about your movie
“Playing with Fire.” -I want to talk about that, too, because we always just
ramble on about nothing. -I know, we —
-And the people in the back who I’m suppose to promote
the movie are like — -“You didn’t even
talk the movie!” Yeah, let’s talk about it. But it’s a great movie
for family and kids. -Let’s just get the formalities
out of the way. “Playing with Fire” is going
to be in theaters November 8. Great movie
for the whole family. It’s fun. If you’re
an adult, you’ll enjoy it. If you’re a kid,
you’ll enjoy it. Take your kids to the theater.
Enjoy it. If you’re up late
watching football and you want something good
to do with the family… -“Playing with Fire.”
-“Playing with Fire.” Take everybody to go see it. Now we can actually be foolish.
-Now we can talk about nothing. Yeah.
-Yes. -Let’s talk about the —
‘Cause the game, the big game was tonight. But you used to play
a little football. -I did.
-In college. -I did.
-I did not know that. -Yes, back in the days
of leather helmets. [ Laughter ]
-That’s not true. Let’s see if you guys can
find — Can you find John Cena? [ Laughter ] -Yep.
-There he is. -Yep.
-Look at that. That’s what I’m talking about.
-Yeah. -Tough guy. Little John Cena. -That’s guy, just — His spirit’s not broken yet,
you know? -Were you ever little John Cena? -What’s that?
-Were you ever little John Cena? -I was like a total
back of the comic book story, as a young kid,
like 11, 12 years old that was heavily
picked on and bullied because of the choices of dress
and music that I listened to. And I was really scrawny,
really skinny and scrawny, like 100 pounds.
-No way. -I started working out
when I was 12 years old. And by the time I was 15,
I was like 150 pounds. And by the time I was 17,
I was 225 pounds. [ Laughter ] -Yeah, no one —
-So, needless to say, I wasn’t being picked on. -No, you weren’t
being picked on. You were the captain here
of the team. Is that true? -I was. Man, what a sorry ship
we were if I was the captain. -No. Now, where was this? -“Hey, guys, let’s play
another game of Fish Slap!” [ Laughter ] -But what school is this?
Where was this? -That was Springfield College.
-Okay. -Yep.
-Massachusetts? -Yes, the birth place
of basketball. -Yeah.
-So a great place to play football.
-Play football. Absolutely. Smart. Smart. Respect — Respect
where you came from. Yeah. What would you do
as captain? -So, my role was, you know, the other two captains
were defensive captains. I was an offensive linemen. They’re kind of like
the unsung heroes of the team. They really — There’s not
really many stats for them. They never get their name
in the paper. We just kind of put ourselves
in harm’s way so people can score points.
-Yeah. -We’re — We’re just not smart. [ Laughter ]
-Yeah. -Anyway, so the defensive guys
were all like the rah-rah guys, and like going out
and painting their face and getting all excited
like I am right now. And I was much more of like the
psychological warfare master. -Like how? Like how would you — -So, you know at the beginning
of these games, you see all the TV shows, or even in the NFL
the way they do it now, with the big pyro, and the teams
run out onto the field. And it’s like,
“Ah, this is great.” Especially in college. College
is pomp and circumstance. Like they just crush through —
-Yeah. -We walked out. Two by two formation. And our pump-up song was “Scotland the Brave”
in bagpipes. [ Light laughter ] -Now, we got the song.
-Yes. -If we played it,
could you give me a taste of what it looked like — Yeah.
-Stand up. [ Laughter,
cheers and applause ] From back here?
-Yeah, so — Just try to keep up. -Yeah, I will. Yeah.
Okay, can we start the song? -This would be
us taking the field. ♪♪ [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] Now, keep in mind… -[ Laughing ] What? -…that was like
a 20-yard walk. So you get these teams traveling and be like, “Yeah, man!
It’s game day!” -“What? What are they doing?” What — An hour later. -So we’d completely take
the wind out of their sails. Nobody watched us play ’cause
we were such a small school. So like the eight people
in the stands were like, “The bagpipes again?” I didn’t have to worry about
pleasing the audience. -Yeah, if there’s no one there
to watch it. -We went undefeated
at home that year, and I’d like to think it was
because of “Scotland the Brave. -That’s right. See, that’s — ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ] That’s hilarious.

100 thoughts on “John Cena Shows How He Psychologically Intimidated College Football Rivals

  1. if i choose between watching a football game or going to the movies with the family, i will always choose the football game. there is a rule in my home when it is football season do not ask me to take you anywhere or to go with you anywhere. this is not a joke.

  2. If your the biggest guy in school. Stand up for those who can't. Only you can effectively eliminate bullying in your school.

    Bullied as a freshman in high school, I decided to bulk up. Got beaten a couple of time standing up to them. Until I decided that I had enough of their bullying. I ambushed them 1 by 1. All on the same day. Bloody lip and nose was what I ended up with.

    Very next day. The bullying stopped. And no. It wasn't for a few days. It was for good. Other students stopped being bullied as well.

    Bullies are cowards. They hold no honor. Fighting is only good for 3 reason. 1 training. 2 sports. 3 defending your loved one, yourself or the country. (4* as a method of conflict resolution only if both parties agrees to settle the argument with their fists instead of using diplomacy as it has failed(but that's me personally and I recommend diplomacy before use of force))

  3. Thank you for following me on Twitter John. You are a great human being who was raised by great parents. You are someone who exemplifies a man of class and charisma. Love you Sir.

  4. Lmao the posture and size difference between Cena and fallon is massive! Man compared to a boy, and I don’t mean that by just appearance 😂

  5. “Little John Cena” looks like a jacked up Matt Damon from “Elysium” in that football team photo 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

  6. John Cena it's been a long time. I knew him because he used to date AJ Lee And Nicki Bella. I thought he was dead. I guess before he was just a child. Now he's a full grown adult.

  7. Can you find John Cena in this picture? Nope because they ALL LOOKALIKE! Cena must have shaved his head to be different…

  8. Little John Cena Really looked like Matt Damon… when i was searching for Cena in the pic, i saw him and thought i never knew Matt Used to be Cena's college mate 😀 😀 😀

  9. I personally don't find Cena attractive at all! Even after wardrobe upgrade. He ised ro dress up like white trash. Nikki definitely upgraded herself! Her bf now is very good looking and the way he looks at her says it all.

  10. You guys heard of short man syndrome: Short man that acts big; with the angriest & stubborn personality.

    John Cena has definitely Big Man Syndrome: Big man that acts small; with the happiest, kindest personality.

    I would love to meet or even work with him in movies one day!

  11. something about him is so fake…. Why is he talking so fcking animated???? I dont know if he's just being overly sarcastic or just fake…. I thought DJ told you to just be yourself..

  12. And now the WWE is going to perish, superstars like Roman Reigns, AJ styles are keeping it going but not for long. John Cena kept it going after the rock and pushed the bar so far after just 3 years in the WWE. No one is going to take over for him soon so unless WWE introduces something new and exciting am afraid they are done after Cena is inducted into the hall of fame along side the rock

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