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John Cena Cuts a Promo on Dolph Ziggler During His Appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon

December 14, 2012 | Posted by Larry Csonka

Credit: James Caldwell and pwtorch.com

WWE top star John Cena brought his trademark penis jokes back to television during an appearance on NBC’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” Thursday night from New York City.

After promoting WWE’s Tribute to the Troops specials, Cena was asked about his TLC PPV opponent, Dolph Ziggler, at the PPV from Brooklyn, N.Y. After Fallon ran down Ziggler, Cena asked for a solo camera shot to deliver an altered-voice promo on Ziggler.

Cena, becoming increasingly red as he spoke, set up his big line toward Ziggler that “all your tan spray and hair-dye is just an excuse for your insignificant penis.”

Cena continued that “we’re lucky we’re climbing for a briefcase and not your manhood.” After vowing to have The Roots bandmember Questlove meet Ziggler at the Barclays Center with an empty-hand slap “like a gentleman,” Cena closed by telling Ziggler that he’s “staring down the barrel of loser” and “my finger is on the trigger.”

Fallon then concluded the segment by promoting a hashtag of “#CenasBetter,” playing up a bit earlier in the show when Fallon introduced Christmas song-related hashtags.

Prior to addressing his PPV opponent, Cena talked normally about being part of nine of 10 Tribute to the Troops TV tapings thus far. Cena called it a “special” event for himself and the WWE crew. To illustrate WWE’s involvement with the military, Fallon introduced a photo of Cena and Ryback posing with military members aboard a Naval ship. Cena noted they are deployed for seven months at a time on the ship.

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