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I was absolutely shocked when The Rock beat John Cena at WrestleMania 28.
Like many others, my thinking was that Cena is the full-time guy and the face of the WWE, so you should obviously put him over in arguably the biggest match of all time.
But nope, we were all wrong. And I can't help but wonder why.
It just doesn't seem like the WWE would book a part-timer like The Rock over Cena if there wasn't some sort of long-term plan behind it.
I simply find it hard to believe that Cena would lose to The Rock and then move on from that feud forever.
Cena lives by the motto "Never give up," and if he doesn't choose to go after The Rock again, then he's giving up.
"The Champ" needs redemption, and the only way he's going to get it is by beating The Rock.
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