Then out of nowhere, rap artist and Cena's recent adversary Kevin Federline ran into the ring and hit Cena with the World Heavyweight Championship. A stunned Cena went after K-Fed, but King Booker clocked Cena with a second shot, knocking the champ out cold. Booker ultimately covered Cena for the three-count to retain his gold.
As Cena lay motionless in the ring, K-Fed mocked him by doing Cena's signature "You Can't See Me" taunts over his defeated body. K-Fed was heard laughing and making fun of Cena on his way out of the arena and bragged to several that he would be on Monday Night RAW. While his motives are not known at this time, K-Fed's Cena screw job comes on the heels of several weeks of each movie star/rapper trying to one up each other. However, costing the Dr. of Thuganomics the title goes well beyond anything either party has done to the other in the past. Much like the name of his new album, K-Fed is Playing with Fire. Everyone is wondering if K-Fed will make good on his promise to show up Monday night on RAW and what he will do should he arrive. King Booker, indignant about the help he received from Federline had a few words to say after the match.
"I assure you John Cena will pay and he will pay dearly for giving my Queen the FU. I vanquished Big Show. I vanquished John Cena and now I stand here before you: King Booker. King and ruler of the SmackDown kingdom and now the Champion of Champions." November 05, 2006.
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