Can't wait! I'm aware of Cena's tenacity, but Flair's found every different way to win lots of matches. What Flair's more known for is capitalizing on mistakes. He did that with Steamboat in their blowoff to regain the title, he's done that against Rhodes, Jimmy Garvin, Macho Man, and every other wrestler you can conjure up. The Figure Four won't beat Cena, but it'll damage Cena enough to make a mistake and lose to Flair But Cena was aware of the tables right? I know it's just a regular match, but you've got to realize that Flair doesn't make that mistake and when Cena does something that bone-headed, he'll pay for it. He's let his guard down numerous times. And the payback came in the form of a second match, which Cena will not get this time. Cena's too cocky for his own good and Flair is the "Dirtiest Player in the Game". He'll find a way to win and come out on top in this bout. Yes he will. None of those wrestlers are better than Ric Flair. And in most of these bouts, Cena's lost the previous encounter or has been bested in some fashion. Flair's rarely bested when the chips are down. Against wrestlers not as good as Flair. Yea, when Flair's came against top faces in DIFFERENT TERRITORIES, he's came out on top. Has not. Cena's only a cog in the wheel. Hogan CREATED that revenue generating ability and Austin resurrected it to bigger status. Cena's barely treading water when it comes to drawing the WWE money. Ric Flair made promotions around the world mega bucks just on his matches alone. That's without t-shirts, social media, and the internet. Question? Where will Cena be at 45? I'm predicting he'll be retired and considered a footnote in the grand scheme of the WWE. Flair was still given the reigns at 45 because he could carry the ball and make the title mean something. Cena won't be given that luxury. He lost two of those main events and lost one of them to the FUCKING MIZ! The. Miz. And won his first Wrestlemania main event this year. Flair was his own Wrestlemania when he came around. Flair was headlining events in the Orange Bowl, Tokyo Dome, and Texas Stadium when Cena was peeing in his diapers. If you space those out, those are losses he had once about every two years. Garvin's win was a fluke that he avenged a month or two later. And Flair's beaten Sting as routinely as Sting beat him. Inoki was a special attraction in South Korea, and it took Steamboat two times to beat Flair, and in their blowoff, who won that bout? FLAIR! To become SEVEN times World Champion. Austin says hello. And you know who Hogan and Austin say is the best wrestler they've ever seen? Ric Flair. Then I showed you the way he is. You watched Cena's promo's right? That match was 'Once in a Lifetime' and he 'had something to prove'. He obsessed over it and what happened to him? He lost because he was a cocky jerk who ended up with egg on his face. And trust me, Flair's a lot dirtier and more calculating than Rocky. If anyone can do that to Cena, it'll be Flair. Flair made a living out of making the face look like a billion dollars, then let them make a mistake, then the face tries to make one last effort to win, only for Flair to either get a roll-up, the Figure Four, or a fist full of rolled up quarters or brass knucks. After about a half hour with Flair, he'll be ripe for the picking. Cena will be so gassed, he'll take a nap and Flair will just cover him for the pin. I jest, but Flair's on a different level than any other heel Cena's ever faced. Whatever helps you rationalize you pick. Cena hasn't been a true face in nearly 4 years. The same goes for Cena. He'll make that mistake, end up pinned, and look into the stars and realize he couldn't beat THE MAN. So was Luger. And true, Luger was a fad, but when the Lex Express started, he was slated to be the next big thing and even managed to get a win over Yokozuna when Yoko was billed as a killer. Cena's been given more to work with, but their styles are similar and Flair had little trouble with Luger. In Flair's prime, NOBODY had that top spot except for Flair. Rhodes, Sting, and others wanted a piece of the pie. When he got around to Savage, Hogan, and others, he was past his prime. In Flair's peak, he was unstoppable and rarely lost his title belt. Cena's fought for his spot since he got there. Edge, Batista, HHH, Brock, Angle, and others could have easily took Cena's spot, but they simply couldn't handle the work-load Cena had. And Flair worked a much, MUCH tougher schedule. Flair's motto was "Everyday, and twice on Sunday." No way Cena could possibly do that. Not in Flair's prime he didn't. You're combining his days after his NWA Title runs to make your point. My point is a Flair in his prime doesn't lose to Cena. He'd be another territory champion he'd overcome and move to the next town for. It's drawing power. People want to see Flair more than Cena. And that's just a fact. Flair right now gets a bigger pop than current Cena does. In Bizzaro world maybe.