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IPL 2023: John Cena Gave A Spectacular Reaction To Dhoni’s Act , Just Before MI VS CSK Match

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IPL 2023: John Cena Gave A Spectacular Reaction To Dhoni’s Act , Just Before MI VS CSK Match

During the IPL 2023 Match between CSK And MI. MS Dhoni gestured that “You can’t see me,” drawing John Cena’s attention.

Both sides are somewhat fascinated by the WWE and Indian cricketers. Virat Kohli, a former captain, recently executed the Roman Reigns celebration during the T20 World Cup.

The captain of Chennai Super Kings, MS Dhoni, performed a well-known WWE move earlier this week during the team’s match against Lucknow Super Giants at the Ekana Stadium.

Venkatesh Iyer has a complete fanboy persona as evidenced by his social media presence. As a response, WWE frequently uses social media to express their love and gratitude for Indian cricketers.

Drew McIntyre frequently tweets for Suryakumar Yadav and Triple H most recently published a special post in honour of Sachin Tendulkar on his birthday.

Mahesh Theekshana had filed a significant LBW appeal in opposition to Manan Vohra. The spinner turned to his captain for a DRS review after umpire Anil Choudhary rejected it.

But the request was denied because the captain wasn’t entirely convinced of the option. Dhoni employed WWE legend John Cena’s iconic “You can’t see me” gesture to make the same point to Theekshana.

Moments before CSK’s crucial Clasico match against rivals Mumbai Indians on Saturday at the Chepauk, Cena gave a spectacular reaction to Dhoni’s behaviour.

 

John Cena posted a photo of MS Dhoni to his Instagram

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A photo of Dhoni performing the “You Can’t see me” act was posted by him on Instagram. The fact that Cena said nothing in the post itself was sufficient, I suppose.

Despite having taken its cue from the well-known music video “In Da Club,” the phrase “You can’t see me” has become synonymous with Cena since he made his WWE debut in 2002.

Last year, when Cena appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He actually shared the hilarious origin of the catchphrase. He claimed that his brother Sean had dared him to attempt what Tony Yayo did in 50 Cent’s In Da Club music video.

When he heard “The Time is Now,” he simply performed the Tony Yayo dance from one of the G-Unit music videos. He appeared to be putting his hand over his head and sort of bobbing it in that direction. I asked, “Man, what are you doing?” because it seemed absurd.

‚ÄúTony Yayo is the one who does this, he retorted”. Then I say, “I’ll do it on TV”. He then challenges her to do so on television. He had no idea that I do this on television. But Cena gave the dance move his own unique twist.

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