It brought a smile to my face to see the Rock as nimble as he was at the beginning.
Cena showed many moves early that seemed to foreshadow a heel turn: running to regroup and taking the fight to the outside of the ring. It never did happen.
It was strength versus strength the entire time.
Cena had the upper hand the majority of the match but the Rock never went away.
One thing was for sure: if the Rock could kick out of the Attitude Adjustment, Cena would kick out of the Rock Bottom.
These two showed more moves and technique than the Undertaker and Triple H. Cena and the Rock had more strength and raw power than CM Punk and Chris Jericho.
Just like the two matches prior, this one went the distance went thrills and spills all along the way.
It was unbelievable seeing the Rock go to the top rope. It was breath-taking to see Cena’s immense power—picking up the Rock for an amazing Attitude Adjustment.
As soon as Cena mocked the People's Elbow, fans could see a Rock rebound coming.
The match was awesome.
Like Michael Cole said, “I don’t think there was a loser in this thing.”
The result was satisfying. The finish was electrifying.
Most importantly, it lived up to the hype.
Even better, it leaves the door open for so much more to happen.