LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – John Cena is not dead. But John Cena is battling a handful of erroneous fake death reports today. The reports are angering wrestling fans since Cena is the second star to be struck by false death stories in less than forty-eight hours. For Cena, however, these are the latest false reports to surface since June of this year.
John Cena didn’t died filming a movie in Zealand today, crash in a plane outside Denver, perish in Los Angeles today, or flip his car on Route 80. Nor did he break another wrestler’s neck today. But all those fabricated tales are surfacing online today, simultaneously.
The first four fabricated Cena reports are from Global Associated / MediaFetcher. First, Global claims that Cena died after flipping a car on Route 80. Cena wasn’t traveling on Route 80 today, he didn’t flip his car, and the purported “Local Team News 9″ listed in that report is also fabricated.
Second, John Cena isn’t filming a movie in New Zealand today. But a false Global report claims that Cena “fell more than 60 feet to his death on the Kauri Cliffs while on-set”.
Third, Cena wants flying to Denver Peak-Regional Airport today. In fact, no one has ever flown to Denver Peak-Regional Airport because it doesn’t exist. But Global claims that Cena crashed into the “airport” Saturday.
And finally, Cena is not inside of Golden State Regional Hospital Saturday. There is no such facility by the name of “Golden State Regional Hospital”. But that’s where Global claims Cena went Saturday.
In March 2011, Cena battled fake death tales. He told news at the time “CeNation. Apparently last night I was shot dead by a group of thugs. I also was apparently owned by the Rock. Both just internet rumor. ” In June this year, Cena battled the same fake tales.
But following the recent false Undertaker death reports (here), wrestling fans are perplexed why fabricated death stories continue to strike their stars this month.