Wrestlemania 27: The Future for the Rock, John Cena and the WWE
Wrestlemania 27 sets the stage for prolonged Cena-Rock feud.
Everyone knew it was coming. As soon as the Rock came down that ramp as Cena laid lifeless, we knew that Wrestlemania 27 was anything but over.
And even though we knew what was coming next—an order from the Georgia Dome’s host to restart the match and a Rock Bottom to Cena as payback for the Attitude Adjustment earlier in the week—no one cared.
It’s all just the beginning.
Reports surfaced late last week that The Rock was having more fun being back than he thought he would.
This was good news for the WWE, which is dying for a draw like The Rock to stick around.
So Cena and Rock would no longer culminate at Wrestlemania 27.
It would be just a warmup.
The plans are to get The Rock, who has decided he’d be willing to get in the ring for a few matches, in a longer program with Cena. The key word here is “few.” Since they have the flexibility to do more than a one-off match they might be able to convince The Rock to fight at next month's Extreme Rules pay-per-view.
The idea would be to have him build to SummerSlam, which is the WWE’s third-biggest pay-per-view of the year.
The hardest part will be keeping interest with the Rock have a limited role on TV. One suggestion that has been floating around is to have the Rock fight Miz before he steps into the ring with Cena, but seeing as how Miz is being used as more of a road block between the Rock and Cena, I’m not sure this has the legs to carry.
Although I’d love to see The Rock and The Miz get into a verbal war.
When do you think we’ll see Rock in the ring again, and who will his first opponent be?
For a recap of the best moments of Wrestlemania 27, click here.
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