WWE: Would a John Cena heel turn be a good move?

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The short and simple answer to that question is a resounding no.

John Cena has been the face of the WWE for several years now, and is adhored by many wrestling fans up and down the country as the leading babyface of the organization.

And, despite recent reports suggesting WWE head honcho Vince McMahon was considering the possibility of turning his biggest star into a heel, the plain and simple facts are that it will not happen so long as Cena is continuing to prove so economically vital to the organization.

WWE is at it's core is a business and at present Cena is pivotal to that business - bringing in five times as much as his nearest rival in terms of merchandise, ewrestling news reported today.

In his rise to the top of the organization, Cena has perfected his image as the nice guy and it would be foolish to jeopardize that.

As a heel he would be purposefully portrayed as a negative character, with that likely to have a real impact on his value to the company not to mention the commendable charity work he has been involved with in recent years.

It is hardly in the heel image for a bad guy to be generous.

It is all well and good for the WWE to project him in the heel-mode when placing him against Bray Wyatt, as they have done to an extent in the run up to their schedule meeting in a few weeks time.

But it is highly unlikely that he will be asked to perform the role on a regular basis in the forceable future. 

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