Who won Team Cena vs Nexus?

Who won Team Cena vs Nexus?

7-on-7 elimination tag eliminations

Elimination Wrestler Team
11 Daniel Bryan WWE
12 Justin Gabriel Nexus
13 Wade Barrett Nexus
Winner: John Cena (Team WWE)

Who defeated Nexus?

On the November 5, 2010 edition of SmackDown, Otunga, who had been questioning Barrett’s leadership over the past several weeks ever since Barrett cost him and Cena the WWE Tag Team Championship, led Harris, McGillicutty, Gabriel and Slater to a second invasion of SmackDown, interrupting a match between Edge and …

Did Cena join The Nexus?

After match 1(US Title match) an advertisement for the upcoming PPV Bragging Rights showed. In this Wade Barrett was the main focus talking about the NeXus.

Why did John Cena lose at SummerSlam?

At SummerSlam 2021, John Cena was unable to win the WWE Universal Championship from Roman Reigns. After a hard-fought battle, it was The Tribal Chief who retained his strap over Cena and prevented him from winning his 17th world title.

When was the last time John Cena won at SummerSlam?

His last singles victory at SummerSlam was a full decade ago, when he successfully defended the WWE Championship against Randy Orton in 2007. Cena’s impending bout with Mr. Money in the Bank, Baron Corbin, presents him with a chance to snap one of his more infamous streaks.

Who held the WWE Championship at SummerSlam 2011?

Due to a confluence of events that would frankly take up too much of the wordcount here, CM Punk and John Cena both held a WWE Championship headed into SummerSlam 2011.

What happened between John Cena and CM Punk in 2012?

2012: CM Punk vs. John Cena vs. Big Show — WWE Championship Match One year later and CM Punk was still WWE Champion, with Cena once again positioned as his top challenger. This time, the twist was that Big Show also got a bite at the apple in a Triple Threat Match, and Punk took full advantage of the mad scramble to retain his title.

What happened between John Cena and the phenomenal one?

Their SummerSlam clash was the arguable apex, in which The Phenomenal One served Cena a bitter loss on the back of a swooping Phenomenal Forearm, though Cena would pay him back at the Royal Rumble the following year to win his record-tying 16th World Title.