John Cena is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in WWE right now.
And, speaking to another bonafide legend in the ring Stone Cold Steve Austin, the 36-year old believes the organization is finally starting to create a truly stellar line-up of stars to join him.
With the WWE preparing to unveil the WWE Network on February 27th, Cena clearly feels it is a good time to be involved in the sport:
"I'm very excited, not only for the stuff like the WWE Network, but I think we are on the cusp of getting a true All-Star line-up for the first time in a long time," The Champ explained.
Cena has long been a love-hate figure inside the ring, with the sound of "Lets Go Cena" or "Cena Sucks" echoing around arenas up and down the country.
But the veteran, who will face off against long-time rival Randy Orton in the Elimination Chamber next week, told Austin that this is happening a little less, precisely because the WWE has finally built a wide range of high-class stars:
"For quite a few years WWE...didn't correctly provide new main event talent.
"I often tell people that I'm working with, if they're in the ring and half the fans are cheering me and half the fans are booing me, 'Shouldn't you be the one that's mad? Because they're not noticing you at all."
With the likes of Daniel Bryan, The Rock, Orton and Batista on their books the WWE is certainly now offering a more diverse range for it's fans who nolonger have to focus all their attention (positive or negative) on the one standout star.
What do you think? Is the WWE on the verge of a golden age?