Yes, you are hearing me correctly. Cena should just be booked to tap out, something that Cena hasn’t done in more than a decade. This would be nearly as shocking as Lesnar defeating The Undertaker at WrestleMania XXX. For years now, Cena has been defined as somewhat of an underdog who never gives up. He doesn’t quit. He doesn’t go against his principles. He rises above the hate. This is the one time of the year that Cena should lose cleanly and just simply tap out to the Kimura Lock, or his old submission move, The Brock Lock. Just imagine how much of a surprise it would be to see Cena tapping out as he screams in agony from Lesnar nearly ripping off the arm of Cena – this is what he vowed to do in the promo aired this past Monday Night Raw. It would be a moment remembered for years to come, and hard to top in the near future, much like Lesnar conquering the streak. The commentators would be silent, the crowd would be hushed and the IWC would be in celebratory mode. You see, Lesnar lost for absolutely no reason at Extreme Rules in 2012, which also diminished Lesnar’s momentum. The only way to remedy that questionable loss is to make Cena tap out at SummerSlam. If Lesnar does achieve such an unbelievable feat, think about the year that Lesnar had: ended the streak, made Cena tap out and won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. This would be fitting for the likes of a super athlete, a beast, a king… and a conqueror. Heyman says that Lesnar is in WWE to shock the WWE Universe and put tears in the eyes of children. No better way to do that than making Cena submit.