What can I really say about WrestleMania XXVIII so far? I think Vince just guaranteed himself a million buys for WrestleMania XXVIII by having Rock vs. Cena, is what I think. It'll be the 10-year WrestleMania anniversary of another legendary "Icon vs. Icon" match, none other than Hulk Hogan vs. The Rock.
Obviously, the roles are reversed in this situation, with The Rock taking on Hogan's role to some extent, and Cena taking the role of the young Rock in 2002. It's a dream match for millions, and I'm happy to be seeing it at the grandest stage of them all, instead of SummerSlam or Survivor Series, or even Extreme Rules as some people were suggesting.
Rock/Cena should be in front of 75,000 people in a stadium creating a WrestleMania moment, not in front of 20,000 people.
Hunter vs. The Undertaker already seems to be going to Round 3 in WrestleMania competition. I really hope this won't be the case, as I want some new talent like Alberto Del Rio, CM Punk or Wade Barrett take on the streak if it indeed is Undertaker's last WrestleMania match.
Other matches might include Mysterio-Sin Cara, Edge-Christian and Morrison-Miz. Hopefully this smog of unpredictability of what matches will occur at WrestleMania will clear up around SummerSlam or Money in the Bank time.
Besides that, people should consider that WrestleMania XXVIII is actually not that far away. There's only about 40 SmackDown!/RAW episodes and nine PPVs for the creative team to think out potential WrestleMania matches, and the rest 11 SmackDown!/RAW episodes and two PPVs will be used to build for the matches.
WrestleMania XXVIII is already starting to take shape, and I really admire this advanced planning from the WWE. Should be a good PPV. I'm looking forward to going to the bright sunny beaches of Florida myself.