WWE Survivor Series 2011: John Cena and the Rock Will Lose Main Event

Michael MillSenior Analyst IIINovember 20, 2011

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The 2011 Survivor Series main event features two of the most dynamic wrestlers in the WWE over the last two decades.

From 1996 to 2004, The Rock was one of the most electrifying men to ever step into the ring. He awed fans with his performance both inside and outside the ring.

Tonight he will make his return to wrestling since his absence in 2004 to pursue a career in Hollywood.

He will step in the ring as a tag team partner with John Cena. Cena has taken over as one of the top guys in the business since entering the company in 2002.

Both have had multiple championship victories and held multiple titles.

They will face off against The Miz and R-Truth in a tag team match tonight.

They are the superior talent. They will also lose.

These two are set to face off against one another at Wrestlemania 28. There is no way that this match is going to end without one of the two turning heel.

Either Cena or Rock will turn on his teammate, allowing The Miz and R-Truth to capitalize and take the victory.

Honestly, who really cares? That's the whole point of this fight.

Everybody knows that Cena and The Rock would manhandle these two under normal circumstances.

These aren't normal circumstances.

One of the two will turn heel. One will refuse to tag in. One will hit the other with their signature move.

The question is, who will it be?

My guess would be Cena.

The Rock is a legend in the WWE. Turning him heel would be a nearly impossible task for the company. Even if they tried, the majority of fans would still cheer for him.

The move here seems like Cena is going to be the one who turns. Only time will tell.