And then there was one.
This is it, folks, the bout that is being sold as the biggest match in WrestleMania history, and you better believe it will not disappoint.
Rock and Cena are main event guys, they understand how to bring the drama, and that will be exactly what happens on April 1st.
All of the hype, all of the promos and all of the talk will be over. The only thing left will be the match itself, and what may or may not happen at the end.
That's right, though fans are looking forward to this match, I for one cannot wait to see what happens in the closing moments.
Who will go over and how? Will it be a clean pin, or a screw job on one guy or the other? Will fans be satisfied with who the winner is, or will it be mired in controversy?
As a fan, common sense says that Rock should do the job to Cena. He has nothing to gain by winning; let's face it, he's likely gone again after this.
Rock had his time, and now it's time to do the right thing for the business. Right?
But common sense and WWE do not always go hand in hand, and when it comes to who the most important Superstar is in the history of WWE, that debate is not over just yet. Rock has his fans, no doubt, but make no mistake, John does as well.
Besides, would Rock really show up for potentially the biggest pay-per-view in WWE history only to lose in the main event?
Logic says that either direction is possible, and either way could benefit the company. But for me, there is one unavoidable fact.
While Rock should do what's right for WWE, John will always do what's right for WWE, including losing a match that, by all accounts, he should win if it's good for the company. That's what top guys do.
I personally don't see that changing anytime soon.
Winner by pinfall: The Rock