One can find them on a multitude of social media platforms like Facebook, Vine,Twitter and Instagram. Cena has been the subject of many funny memes over the past 5 years when the trend and popularity of memes really gained traction. At the end of the day, I am overwhelmingly honored to interrupt such historic events. The bombastic voiceover introducing the wrestler is taken from a Z Morning Zoo prank call uploaded onto on March 11th, 2014 with over 14 million views as of July 20th, 2015 shown below, right. YouTuber TripleFlipKick360 uploaded the introduction video on May 6th, 2012, gaining over 18 million views as of July 20th, 2015 shown below, left. Whether it's in praise or total humor, I don't care. On August 2nd, 2014, Youtuber muckmouth uploaded a video of the audio clip and has gained over 1 million views shown below, left.
But is there anything more popular than John Cena? Because I'm kind of aware of what's going on, and I'm fascinated with pop culture, and you can't dictate pop culture. The meme generally takes jab at his over-publicity and inserts it into an unrelated situation as a. This right here is the litmus test. Initially, the short clip is often edited onto the end of a video or either to produce a or humorous effect, but as the grew popular there have been deviations such as and images that have diverted from this conventional approach. On July 21st, 2015, Reddit user TonySesek556 created a site for instantly playing and looping the clip.
The Unexpected Cena videos revolve around building suspense leading to a surprise intrusion of Cena's entrance video and theme song, the volume of which is often drastically increased. Note: Only personal attacks are removed, otherwise if it's just content you find offensive, you are free to browse other websites. On , a sub-reddit called Unexpected Cena was created April 7th, 2015 by user ReptilianFarts, and has gained roughly over 30,000 readers as of July 20th, 2015. A video by the showing several YouTube personalities reacting to clips of the meme was done as part of their series. On September 7th, 2015, Viner bsm uploaded a parody of the song, playing it with flutes via his nose and gaining 5.
Levels have been made in based on the meme. This time, however, the host announcing his name is replaced with doing so, and the volume of the song is toned down, which a writer felt did not get the humor of the meme. The textual content of this image is harassing me or someone I know The visual content of this image is harassing me or someone I know Both the textual and visual content are harassing me or someone I know Other reason please specify shortly. The meme has also gained much natority on as well. The audio clip used is at the 3:24 mark of the video. The host also yells out Cena's name on occasion.
Spread On Vine, over 11k results are tagged with JohnCena , which indicates use of the clip. Just to be accepted at this point in my career, I think it's pretty special. At one point, the Morning Zoo hosts pose as callers from the to deceive the woman into another surprise telemarketing prank. So when pop culture is kind enough to let you in, exploit you, and in a lot of cases make fun of you, and you're just gonna be the vehicle to push this new gag, I totally embrace it. The Cenation leader has been the subject of numerous memes over the past 5 years John Cena is arguably the most polarising professional wrestler of all time and he is as close to a household name as you can get in the past decade. Unexpected John Cena, also known as simply Unexpected Cena or And His Name is John Cena, refers to an and a form of involving videos that first garnered popularity on video-sharing services such as and in the summer of 2015.
. On June 29, Cena and brought the meme to life by surprising many of his fans during a fake audition. On , a page titled UnexpectedCena was created gaining roughly 100,000 likes that features various videos and images of the meme. Origin The audio for the clip consists of a combination of two parts. At first, these were only restricted to message boards but now they are ubiquitous.
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