WWE News: Are the Rock and John Cena Actually Getting Along Backstage?
You’d be hard-pressed to go to a wrestling Web site today and avoid reading any of the following words or phrases: The Rock, John Cena, work, shoot, wrist notes, unscripted and heat.
Ever since that incredible promo between The Rock and Cena on this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw, those words have become as common as “a” and “the.”
Wrestling fans all over the world can’t seem to decide what was scripted and what wasn’t this Monday, and are now wondering how legitimate the beef between the two stars really is. Apparently, though, The Rock and Cena were not at each other’s throats as recently as a few weeks back.
The last I heard several weeks ago, Rock and Cena were getting along well and were making plans to go over their match. However, this program started with legit heat with Cena making public comments about The Rock that upset him. After Monday’s Raw, which saw Cena go all out, I wondered what Rock thought about it, especially when he seemed surprised by Cena bringing up the notes on his wrist. There is clearly mutual respect between Cena and Rock for one another but there are underlying real-life issues.
I guess that really didn’t help much, huh?
The interesting thing about WNW’s report, however, is that The Rock and Cena “were getting along well,” which leads me to believe that the two superstars may not dislike each other quite like most fans seem to think they do.
Do you think that The Rock and John Cena really dislike each other?
Well, at least that may have been the case before Monday’s Raw, when many speculated that Cena went off script to embarrass The Rock on national TV.
What’s brilliant—as I’ve mentioned before—about all this, though, is that no one really seems to know exactly what is real and what is “fake” when it comes to The Rock and Cena. And that’s exactly how it should be.
I loved the promo exchange on Monday, and regardless of whether what we’re seeing is a work or a shoot, I think we’re all benefiting from it.
The Rock and Cena were able to create some absolutely compelling TV earlier this week, and if that’s because they genuinely do not like each other, then so be it.
They wouldn’t be the first two guys who hated each other, but worked together.
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