Hell, it's been a long long time since I last wrote something for you my friends, the readers of Bleacher Report. When I last wrote, Randy Orton was still WWE Champ and John Cena was part of Nexus, can you believe it?
Anyways, I've got something for you guys, and possibly something big! So, let's get down to businesses, shall we?
I think it's safe to say that last Monday Night Raw, or at least the ending, will never EVER be forgotten by wrestling fans. What we for so long were craving, calling for, kicking for, hell, even crying for, became a reality.
"LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE ROCK IS BACK!!!" When was the last time Raw ended with the image of possibly the greatest wrestler that ever set foot on the squared circle, and no doubt the best entertainer in the industry?
I, for one, can't remember, and I'm sure many of you can't either. Thanks YouTube!
I have watched the video of the return of "The Great One" like six times, and the moment that the lights went on with: IF YA SMEEEEEEEEEEELL...then apocalypsis, madness, extreme joy!
And after some of the smoke cleared, and having watched the video over and over, I couldn't help but notice some little details about The Rock's behavior.
For example, did you notice that on his way up and down the ramp, the only people in the audience he seemed to notice and touched were little children? And when he was talking, he said: "The Rock guaran-damn-tees that ANYTHING CAN and WILL HAPPEN at WrestleMania."
And the line about "I'm never ever leaving again" and the dissing of not only Cena and the Miz, but with special emphasis on Cena. "John Cena, The Rock will see you at WrestleMania." Then silence. And, "just like he's going to see the Miz at WrestleMania..."
And then, notice how he stumbles a bit before saying, "and The Rock will see everybody at WrestleMania"...hmmmmmm, it gives some space for thoughts, doesn't it?
Yes, he said he's not wrestling again. And the theory of he being the Special Guest Referee in the very possible Cena vs. Miz at WrestleMania has been discussed. But what about the rest?
In my opinion, there are good odds that The Rock will cost Cena the match at WrestleMania, and that will develop into the greatest and most awaited wrestling feud of all time—The Rock vs. John Cena.
Remember, The People's Champion guaran-damn-teed that he will make this WrestleMania the most electrifying of all time, and that he'll "lay the Smackdown on all their candy asses." And what's up with touching only kids—he has never done that before! Possible "promotion" of merchandise for younger generations?
We'll see about that, but my dear friends, if I know something is that April 3rd in Atlanta is going to be very, very interesting.