The activity between John Cena and The Miz during their WWE Title match on Sunday was quite pitiful for me to see and it makes both men look pathetic.
In the case of Miz, relying on Alex Riley's help throughout much of the match only made his ability in the ring look weak, as if he couldn't get the job done himself. It also wrecked the momentum he had built up throughout the past few months, being a legitimate threat to Cena without having to totally rely on Riley.
In the case of Cena, he pulled his typical SuperCena act. After getting totally battered by enough weapons from Miz and Riley for much of the match, Cena suddenly rises back up like none of the damage happened and manhandles the two men.
The WWE Title match made for a sour finish to a mostly underwhelming PPV, with the usual routine pulled by John Cena that he does in any significant matches.
While I don't totally hate Cena, as he does have ring ability and has nowhere as much of a big ego as a certain older wrestler in TNA who doesn't know when to retire, WWE Creative and Vinnie Mac need to learn that molding Cena to be like Hogan in his younger days and constantly keeping him in the spotlight won't be doing any favors for their future talents.
Cena and Randy Orton are currently the only two major faces that the WWE wants us to take notice of. If either of those two men were to get injured and/or the WWE doesn't do more to push its younger talent to the main event scene, then I see the company being in huge trouble at some point.