John Cena dresses up as Hillary Clinton for the Teen Choice Awards

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WWE superstars 'like' to dress up. You may have seen the Instagram image of The Rock dressed up as Popeye. There was even a time when Triple H dressed up as The Rock, and Kurt Angle dressed up as John Cena.

You may also remember back to a couple of years ago when Damien Sandow was still part of the company, he had a gimmick where he was The Miz's stunt double, where he looked and did the exact same thing The Miz did.

But even before then, Sandow also dressed up as Magneto from the X-Men, Sherlock Holmes, Davy Crockett, D-Sizzle, former Indiana Pacers forward Lance Stephenson, and the one that was the most terrifying, The Master of Interpretive Dance.


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However, Sandow's terrifying Interpretive Dance costume may have been topped by Cena at the Teen Choice Awards last weekend.

The 15-time World Champion was hosting the awards and was dressed alongside his co-host actress Victoria Justice as the recently nominated presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. 

Cena was Clinton, while Justice was Trump, and you'll have nightmares tonight once seeing the image of the SmackDown superstar dressed up below. You won't be able to rub your eyes enough to undo seeing this image. You have been warned.

Cena is yet to have a match booked for him at SummerSlam, but don't be surprised if the wheels are set in motion for his SummerSlam storyline on this week's edition of SmackDown.

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