When John Cena promised the world that next year’s Wrestlemania match with The Rock will be for the WWE Championship, he was not lying. What he didn’t tell you is that The Rock will be defending the title in front of his home town in Miami.
It is a very obvious and very possible scenario. The bottom line is that The Rock will not be making many television appearances over the next six months. What the WWE basically wants is for everyone to all but forget about The Rocks involvement at Wrestlemania 28. Between now and next year John Cena will have his feuds and his matches, but will fail every time in securing the WWE title.
This brings us to January. Back in 1992, the WWE championship was left vacant and it was decided that the winner of The Royal Rumble would become the new champion. This led us to what I consider one of the top Royal Rumbles of all time. Ric Flair entered the Rumble third, and went the distance to become the new WWE champion.
The WWE universe should repeat history and have a vacant title going to the winner of the 2012 Royal Rumble. And your surprise entrant and new WWE champion is…The Rock. Having The Rock come back in January and securing the title will be the perfect start to the road to Wrestlemania. Having The Rock back on RAW every week, taunting John Cena, telling him that he made the people a promise, and couldn’t keep the promise, so The Rock had to come make sure that the people got what they deserved, a WWE championship match at Wrestlemania between The Rock and John Cena.
This is the perfect way to go into Wrestlemania, and since we all know that The Rock will never be back on a full-time schedule, having him put John Cena over in an epic Wrestlemania main event will be outstanding.