WWE Conspiracy Theory: Cena/Rock at Wrestlemania Is WWE Getting Their Revenge

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WWE Conspiracy Theory: Cena/Rock at Wrestlemania Is WWE Getting Their Revenge
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Just to let you know, I now own an R-Truth shirt. It may be a bit of a throwback to when he was a face, as it says "Stand Up - What's Up" at the top of it, but I still like wearing it.

Like many, I love what CM Punk's done to the landscape of WWE, though as many intelligent folks here will attest, WWE's recent speculation about conspiracies and shady power struggles behind the scenes was started by R-Truth taking shots at John Cena being constantly in the spotlight at every turn.

Granted, such ideas aren't terribly unique, as many of us here have speculated on the same exact thing.  However, R-Truth's claims seem to be standing on firmer legs with each week that passes.

In recent articles of mine, I've done as Truth has pointed out and attempted to trace as much circumstantial evidence to John Cena being the center of the conspiracy as I can round up, and I seem to have come up with something of an epiphany.

John Cena challenging Rock to a match, and humiliating The Great One is one of the main plots the conspiracy is seeking to accomplish. Rock left WWE for seven years and ruined the chance that John Cena, a man built firmly as the "Face of WWE," would win back the WWE Title at Wrestlemania 27 from, what they believe to be a fraud in The Miz.

For Rock to think he had the right to screw that up after seven years away, the conspiracy is looking to make him pay.

Let's take a look at some of the factors lending weight to this arguably far-fetched idea.

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