He's been around a decade so there's nothing I can say about John Cena that hasn't already been said...some people love him, some hate him. This "Superstar Collection" series is based around him with matches for you to be able to watch it in one sitting at a low price.
World Heavyweight Championship Match vs. Chris Jericho - Both men traded momentum early with Jericho targeting Cena's previously injured neck right away with punches, kicks, and headbutts while hanging onto the sleeper hold despite Cena's constant attempts to use his strength to get out. Both men knew each other so well that they had counters to each others signature moves like the F.U. multiple times, springboard dropkick, throwback, S.T.F.U., and Walls Of Jericho. This action resulted in what was definitely the most competitive match these men had against each other.
WWE Championship Match vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H - This was truly every man for himself as was shown by what happened right at the opening bell that had everyone from the crowd to the announcers to Cena thinking "What The...Did I Just See That?" This match played out more as a bunch of singles matches in one instead of the usual "3 way dance" formula as there were various moments when one wrestler was taken out of the match leaving the other two to battle it out over the championship. Various moments occurred such as Shawn Michaels delivering "Sweet Chin Music" to the point that Triple H got it at least 3 times, Triple H delivering a spinebuster through the announce table, and both members of DX being stacked on each other thanks to the "Attitude Adjustment." The one moments to definitely look out in my opinion was this one sequence that started with Cena's STF on HHH going into a HBK crossface on Cena into an attempted "Attitude Adjustment" that morphed into another STF.
Survivor Series '09
[Blu-Ray Edition Of "DX: One Night Stand"; John Cena Experience]
Superstar Of The Year Match vs. Randy Orton - Cena lost the WWE Championship to Sheamus in an embarrassing defeat the night before so he was out to redeem himself here against his rival for most of the year in Orton. Cena was in control early before Orton was able to turn the tide & work over his stomach with stomps & kicks with Cena regaining momentum delivering his trademark moves like the throwback & legdrop from the top rope before Orton was eventually able to deliver the hanging DDT with Cena hanging from the apron to the floor but ended up hurting both men in the process. Both men continued to trade momentum throughout the contest as this turned out to be a good match for free television that was better in quality than some of their previous PPV matches that year (like the "I Quit" match).
"RAW" Dec. '09
[Best Of RAW 2009]
Steel Cage Match vs. WWE Champion The Miz vs. John Morrison - With The Miz's bad history with both of these men, he was easily singled out early before they turned on each other letting Miz use the "divide & conquer" strategy early in the match. This was non-stop action as there were various moments when two men were fighting leaving the third man to attempting to leave the cage. Morrison was able to showcase his parkor in various ways including a Starship Pain from the top of the cage, landing on the cage door in a way that hurt every man in the arena, & leaping from the top rope to the top of the cage leading to him & Cena doing a double superplex on Miz from the top of the cage that just made you cringe seeing how Miz landed. With an appearance from the new & improved R-Truth along with Cena giving one heck of an Attitude Adjustment, we saw a great cage match here.
Extreme Rules '11
Cena has been known to have stereotypical performances of getting beat down the whole match only to come back with his "five moves of doom" & win but none of those matches were here as each match was quality in it's own right. Members of the CENAtion are already going to get this while those who hate him will crap on it but for those who don't heavily sway either way, this is a nice little collection to enjoy.