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John Cena trumps even the WWE Champion
There's no escaping John Cena being in a list that talks about the biggest focal points of the night. It is always going to happen, so it should come as no surprise.
Three aspects of Sunday night's show revolved entirely around John Cena simply being John Cena.
For this entire year, Cena has been the person to carry a championship storyline on his shoulders and make it relevant, whether it was building up to his match against The Rock, dropping it to Daniel Bryan or winning the belt from Alberto Del Rio.
While Del Rio was the man at the top, WWE treated it as though it wasn't very important.
Now that Cena is involved, it becomes something that is given much more attention.
You can add on top of that how Cena was in Boston and retained his title with the intention of giving the audience a babyface victory pop.
The third and most substantial reason Cena is on this list, however, is the way in which the pay-per-view ended.
If Orton were to merely retain his title and celebrate, it would be a rather lackluster finale for the night.
Having Cena come out and draw the attention toward teasing a possible title unification at WrestleMania XXX means that WWE now has a major talking point for the next few months.
Cena may always say that we can't see him, but WWE never neglects an opportunity to make sure that we are seeing him front and center.
He may not have been the top star of this PPV event, but he may have made the biggest impact for the future.