John Cena has perfect reaction to Caitlin Clark borrowing ‘You Can’t See Me’ taunt


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Does Caitlin Clark have a degree in Basic Thugonomics?

The college basketball star proved her time is now after she penned another chapter of her illustrious career at Iowa in the Elite Eight. Clark dropped a massive elbow on Louisville with a 41/12/10 triple-double, pushing the Hawkeyes to the Final Four.

During the matchup, Clark showcased that she has as much swagger as she does game. After draining her sixth 3-pointer of the night, Clark shifted into pro-wrestler mode, borrowing John Cena’s famed “You Can’t See Me” gesture:

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The WWE icon caught Clark’s mimicry and came in with the hot tag on Twitter:

Clark went back-and-forth with the Cardinals all night, directing some trash talk at Louisville’s Hailey Van Lith, too. Up by 15, Clark seems to deliver something of an attitude adjustment to Van Lith:

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Clark’s performance wasn’t just awesome, it was historic. It’s the first time in NCAA women’s March Madness history that a player recorded a triple-double, and it pushed her into third place all-time in women’s basketball for career triple-doubles.

There’s only one way this can end: John Cena and Caitlin Clark in a tag-team match at WrestleMania 39. Think of the buyrates. 

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