With only a month and a half until WrestleMania, the WWE will be promoting the John Cena-Rock match every five seconds. It did not surprise me to see Cena come out twice tonight, but his behavior did.
So in an effort to gravitate older fans towards John Cena, the WWE has decided to let him say a few bad words on TV. Not only that, but Cena is creating a political-style fear campaign by undermining the Rock and making up idiotic lies.
Are we that stupid? Does the WWE think we cannot see through all of this?
This is nothing more than damage control and a public relations advertisement campaign. The WWE is doing everything in their power to ensure that John Cena does not completely get booed out of Miami in a few weeks.
Why is the WWE even having this match? Has anyone stopped to wonder that? If the WWE is so hell-bent on making Cena look credible against the Rock, then why even have the match in the first place?
I just cannot understand what the WWE is looking to accomplish with this match. It does not matter who wins because a large portion of the WWE Universe is not going to be happy regardless of the outcome.
If John Cena wins, does that mean his legacy becomes greater than the Rock’s? No. When the Rock defeated Hulk Hogan, I did not proclaim the Rock as the greatest of all time. These super matches just pit fans of different generations against one another, and no one really comes out the winner.
I just do not like being insulted by the WWE Creative Team. Cena has done great things for the company, but a few weeks of him saying curse words and talking with an emphasized accent are not going to make up for years of being stale and repetitive.
If Cena defeats the Rock, he will turn right back into “Boy Scout John” the next day. This is not me trashing Cena, it is just the truth.
Who do you think is going to win at WrestleMania?
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