On this date in WWE history: John Cena FU's Viscera

I totally slam morbidly obese guys all the time, no biggie.

John Cena is really strong.

Yes, I know, he gets plenty of help from his opponent when he executes the FU, now known as the Attitude Adjustment (stupid, PG Era). But it never ceases to amaze me when Cena manages to lift a monster of a man like Viscera up on his shoulders and send him over before the inevitable three-second tan.

Which is exactly what happens on this date in WWE history (Aug. 7, 2006) on Monday Night Raw.

Cena was embroiled in a feud with Edge for the WWE championship heading into Summerslam but because "The Rated R Superstar" had other issues to take care of that night with Trish Stratus and Carlito, Cena was left without an opponent.

Until Jonathan Coachman introduced Viscera, who looks like Barney with his goofy ring wear.

The match mostly sucks, save for a crazy spinning kick Viscera manages to kind of, sort of pull off shortly into the match. The crowd oohs and aahs in disbelief, unable to process that man that size could ever twist and turn in the air without severely injuring himself upon landing. But he pulls it off.

Watch the match after the jump.

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