John Cena Tweets Bizarre Response To Claims He Got Boner During Undertaker Match

Was it an erection or merely an unfortunate fold in his denim shorts?

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John Cena enjoyed himself at WrestleMania – but did he enjoy himself a little bit too much?

That’s the question fans have been asking on Twitter after the wrestling star was captured looking a little too excited during his match with The Undertaker.

The returning ‘Taker took just three minutes to dismantle Cena in their long-awaited encounter. Unfortunately, all anyone was talking about after was Cena’s crotch.

Was it a boner or merely the kind of unfortunate fold of fabric that can happen to any of us at the best of times? It’s kind of difficult to say, though it’s probably best to give him the benefit of the doubt.

Mind you, Cena had just been Tombstoned by the Phenom – maybe he was just buzzing from going toe-to-toe with the WWE legend? Boners must happen in wrestling too. Surely. Right?

In any case, the wrestler turned actor has been keeping quiet on the topic on social media.

Well, almost.

Cena did break his silence to offer up a rather unusual clip. In the black and white video, the WWE star can be seen playing the piano.

Is he offering up some sort of clue? He’s playing House of the Rising Sun by the Kinks – is that some sort of coded confirmation that he was aroused?

Was his “Sun” rising then? Or is it a hint at something else? Is he planning to release a classical album? God, we hope not. Would much rather it be erection-related.

In all fairness too, there are probably a fair few wrestling fans out there that would get just as excited if they ended up facing the Undertaker. Not us though. We’re more Stone Cold fans.

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