Besides this match, we already have a highly anticipated match next year at Wrestlemania 28. Of course, I'm talking about the Rock vs John Cena.
As part of their ongoing rivalry, John Cena took another jab at the Rock during a WWE live event in Australia. Again, he reminded us how he's always there performing in front of the crowd because he's a professional wrestler and not an actor.
Not only this, but even CM Punk put Cena over and bashed the Rock. He said that Cena is always performing for WWE while Rock is making movies. This was part of a promo in which both Cena and Punk put each other over at the event in Australia.
The Rock didn't let this go away without responding. First, he responded via his twitter account to Punk's calling him "the biggest ass kisser" during his June 27 infamous promo on RAW.
The Rock said, "CM Punk: it's simple business - The Rock is the main event at Wrestlemania cause it draws more money in one night, then u will in lifetime."
His next response came several days after Cena's promo in Australia. Rock posted a video and destroyed Cena. He explained what he meant when he said "he'll never leave again." However, the interesting part came when he teased a possible appearance before Wrestlemania which seemed to be very soon.
He said that he plans to show up before WrestleMania to lay the smack down on Cena at "the place where it all started."
Most fans directly thought about Rock's debut at Survivor Series 1996. This event took place at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Interestingly, the 25th anniversary of Survivor Series in November will be held in the same arena where Rock first made his debut. So Rock might make his return on this day because it all started there.
Some people thought about it in a more interesting way. Rock made his first ever Wrestlemania appearance in Chicago at Wrestlemania 13. Is this the event he's referring to when he said "where it all started?" Does this mean he'll make a surprise appearance at Money in the Bank this Sunday in Chicago?
The second option seems awesome, but I'm going with the first one. However, I expect Rock's name to be mentioned again since he teased another appearance before Wrestlemania 28.
Anyway, Cena responded via his twitter account and, again, he reminded the Rock about his passion towards wrestling.
It will be interesting to see how things will go.
You can check the promos below.
Click here to watch Cena's promo on Rock.
Click here to watch Punk and Cena's promo.
Click here to watch the Rock's response to Cena.