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The villain in a suit known as John Laurinaitis returned to WWE television after months of being gone. He returned to offer to be in The Rock's corner and guaranteed The Rock he would win if he accepted his offer.
The Rock did a classic babyface move in shaking Laurinaitis' hand but quickly turning that handshake into a setup for a People's Elbow.
It's all been Wrestling 101 up to this point, and the next step is for Laurinaitis to resurface again when the big match takes place.
I predict Laurinaitis will attempt to help Cena in the match. Cena could embrace his help, begin an alliance with Laurinaitis and turn heel. Cena could also use Laurinaitis's help and then give an AA to him as soon as the match is over.
This would be what Stone Cold Steve Austin should have done in 2001 at WrestleMania XVII: He should have taken the help of McMahon, but then stunned him as soon as he got what he needed out of him.
Finally, Cena could refuse the help of Laurinaitis and knock him out in immediate reaction. Perhaps the former Executive Vice President of Talent Relations breaks up the referee's count when The Rock pins Cena, and Cena doesn't want to win that way.
This could then lead to Laurinaitis being associated with a heel in the future and that being the next feud for Cena.
A lot of possibilities, but one thing is for sure: Big Johnnie will be at WrestleMania in the main event.