By Graham "GSM" Matthews
I remember when "The John Cena Experience" was being plugged on Monday Night Raw constantly in late 2010, and it was during a time that John Cena was supposed to be "fired" from WWE! I mean, how asinine is that? I realize they didn't plan to release the DVD around the time of an angle where Cena was fired, but it was still terrible timing. Nevertheless, I never opted to check it out because I figured it was like every other Cena DVD that had been released. Seeing how he's the current face of the company, I assumed there had been countless other DVDs that covered Cena's career in the past. While I'm still not sure how many Cena documentaries were released before this one, I can admit that I misjudged this one in particular.
The Beyond the Ring section on the WWE Network is loaded with awesome documentaries and I made it a goal to watch every single one of them. The only two I hadn't watched were Big Show's and John Cena's and after completing Big Show's (which you can read my review of here), I started watching Cena's. Like most WWE released documentaries, it was two hours in length, but it was very different that any other WWE documentary I've ever seen. I usually really like WWE's style of documentaries but the way they went about Cena's was different from the norm by showing his day-to-day life and I really enjoyed it.