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Published on Apr 29, 2012
CHICAGO — The pain came, was felt and was conquered by John Cena at Extreme Rules, where the dogged warrior reacquainted himself with ruthless aggression against a reborn threat in Brock Lesnar. In a grisly, torturous and barbaric Extreme Rules Match, the Cenation leader stood blow-for-blow with a veritable fighting machine, hell-bent onreshaping WWE in his chiseled likeness. ( MATCH PHOTOS ) Lesnar, the man who dismissed the moniker of "Superstar" and vowed to "legitimize" WWE, had very specific plans for his emerald green-teed opponent, who's long represented theidealistic mores of hustle, loyalty and respect. Under such extreme conditions where literally no rule was more tantamount than to maul, batter and disable your opponent by any means necessary, the hard-hitting beast named Brock aimed to deconstruct John Cena and make him know pain. ( CENA INJURY REPORT ) A human wrecking ball was on the downswing and swoopingtoward Cena with just enough velocity to demolish a near decade-long legacy as WWE's most brilliant star. And if The Cenation Commander-in-Chief couldn't withstand its force, that ball's trajectory would pummel WWE and require a landscape-wide reimagining -- the age of Brock. But this brave, new world, it would seem, was not meant to be at Extreme Rules.