John Cena responds to Dwayne Johnson's threat to kick his teeth so far down the 'throat you’ll have to stick a toothbrush up your ass to brush it'

On Tuesday, Johnson opened up about his former rivalry with Cena, saying it wasn’t just for the WWE cameras and threatened him in a very colorful language


                            John Cena responds to Dwayne Johnson's threat to kick his teeth so far down the 'throat you’ll have to stick a toothbrush up your ass to brush it'
Dwayne Johnson and John Cena (Getty Images)

It is the 00's Wrestling arena all over again with Dwayne Johnson and John Cena trash talking to each other, but on Jimmy Kimmel Live. 

On April 4, Johnson appeared on Kimmel and made it clear to one and all that his rivalry with Cena on WWE was not a pretentious one. They were arch rivals and now Cena has chosen the same line of success as Johnson by getting into big screens.

Though Johnson said he roots for Cena now and that they are "best friends," he concludes the show by passing him a threatening message; "If you ever act up, I will knock your teeth so far down your throat you’ll have to stick a toothbrush up your ass to brush them.”

Kimmel notes down the threat and reads it out to Cena, who appeared on the show the very next day. 

“I’m not gonna take that,” Cena responds on Wednesday night and began his monologue, to which he received a standing ovation from the audience and Kimmel himself.

“Listen up, Dwayne Johnson, if that is your real name because everyone around the world knows that your first name is T and your last name is He-Rock. You just pronounce all stupid and that gets me, even more, p–ed off.” His trash talk started subtly. 

Cena clarified he meant “pal” in the non-adversarial sense and advised his “best friend” to “watch Blockers [Cena’s new movie] and then watch it again because "if you think shoving a toothbrush up my bum is a threat, you got news coming pal. There’s been a funnel up there, there’s been a parking cone, there’s more traffic in that region than a Monday on the 405 in both directions.”

This, of course, is a reference to his new comedy which has an infamous scene where he funnels beer into his butt.

Cena raged onlooking directly at the camera that if Johnson was confident to put a toothbrush up Cena's ass then precautionary measures are necessary. 

“Bring a bodysuit and latex gloves ’cause down there is like a Mississippi cornfield in a downpour. It is just all mud and vegetation, pal. So the question I have for you, T He-Rock, is do you really wanna smell what John Cena is putting out?”

His comeback was savage but graceful enough to be put as a threat.

Cena previously said he’d love to star alongside Johnson in one of the upcoming Fast & Furious movies. 

“That stuff is beyond my control, but I would absolutely love that opportunity. That, for me, would be a dream. I’m never really like, ‘Oh, I’d like to work with this person,’ but I just think between our chemistry in the live performance setting, there’s something certainly there with The Rock. So that would be my one name on the wish list.”

Cena's new movie Blockers is hitting the theatres April 6.