On Sunday at WrestleMania, John Cena did exactly what he said he was going to do. He beat the Rock cleanly in the middle of the ring to win the WWE Championship for the 11th time, finally proving to himself and the world that he can beat the best that's ever been.
On Monday at Raw it was time to celebrate—but the crowd wasn't nearly as happy with his win as Cena was. He was booed out of the Izod Center in New Jersey—the first sign that the crowd was going into business for themselves.
Throughout the night, whenever something displeased them or they were the slightest bit bored, the fans broke into loud and often ribald chants. Sometimes they were connected to what was going on in the ring. At other times they felt like complete non sequiters. But they were intent on having fun—whether that was what the WWE was providing or not.
At the end of the night a WWE superstar turned heel, going over to the forces of darkness. Unfortunately for a desperate fanbase, that superstar was not John Cena. Instead, Ryback attacked Cena without provocation. On this night, however, that dastardly act earned the loudest cheers of the night.
What did I think of the show? Was the Ryback turn a game changer. Click on to read my thoughts. Share your own in the comments below.