WWE WrestleMania XXVIII

WrestleMania 28: Rock's Performance Proves He'll One Day Be WWE Champion Again

Source: Nerd Reactor
Source: Nerd Reactor
Nicholas GossCorrespondent IApril 3, 2012

The Rock's thrilling win over John Cena in the main event at WrestleMania on Sunday proved that he will one day regain the WWE throne and become champion again.

After it didn't look like the wrestling legend was going to defeat his hated opponent, The Rock surprised many with a huge comeback for the victory over Cena.

After a year-long feud with Cena finally reached a climax with Sunday's main event, it's clear that the fans are once again behind The Rock.

The crowd in Miami at WrestleMania was mostly in favor of The Rock and it's obvious that they want him to succeed as much as possible in the near future. His ability pump up the crowd and inject excitement into the arena is on another level compared to WWE's other big stars. 

WWE has to capitalize on his fame and momentum right now. The possibility to keep the wave of excitement going as a result of his huge win over Cena is something WWE must continue.

The Rock looked liked a champion of old at WrestleMania, and has shown that he still has what it takes to be a superstar in the WWE. He's great on the mic, in the storylines and is still in shape which helps him dominate in the ring.

The Rock's still got his championship ability and swagger, and it would be surprising if he didn't continue to dominate.

His victory over Cena was one of the best matches in WrestleMania history, and because of this, WWE has no choice but to make The Rock a central figure of the business into the near future.

 

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