You know when this becomes pathetic ? When you start to compare people towards unrealistic ideals set by your own feeble mind.
Cena does not have to deadlift 600 pounds. He does not have to, he is not a powerlifter. Who cares if people can do more than him, guess what, many people can lift more that any of us in this forum.
Go Cena, he may be dumb, but he has one of the best bodies at the WWE. I wish I could deadlift 600.
i dont have an ego problem i am not cocky at all and if you actually been on this forum long enough youd know that i dont look for problems im a nice guy, but you pushed the wrong button and quoted me on something you should never had, you should of minded your own buisness and post something that matters not start a internet fight with me cause im not on this forum for that, plus my statement was purely a joke if youd know me youd know that, so get over yourself
Oh no Daniel, that post sounded like I was implying that you used a suit. I wasn't . I was saying that If you can do over 600(like he is in the pic) without a suit then I want to be swedish. Also I'm saying that if you can do it natural with as low amount of bodyfat as Cena then your just an animal.
K. Moving on...
Why does it matter how much he deadlifts, honestly? He looks outstanding and this is a bodybuilding forum where the goals we strive for are somewhat size related (and some strength, of course). In order to get that size, strength matters. If I saw Cena deadlifting 225 lbs in agony, then I'd say there's a problem
He's a wrestler. That's his job, not bodybuilding and certainly not powerlifting. So in response to this thread; dude's a beast. It's nice to see behind the scenes what a wrestler does and how it all is linked to what we do in our gym lives!
just remember that steroids are no wonder punch :keke:
and it doesn't matter how much you lift as long you look like you bench 550, you're alright ;)
i actually dead-lifted 585 once of the floor, and it was fucking heavy so i don't get your point with thats no weight :carduforvip