This is not one of my strongest points, which is it why it features first. I do, however, expect it to get stronger over the weeks, which is why it features on this list.
While The Rock vs. John Cena should be (and, looking at ticket sales, is) enough to sell Wrestlemania, we've still not gotten our money's worth in the whole build-up to the once-in-a-lifetime match.
It basically started when John Cena blamed Rock for leaving WWE for movies and not looking back at all and for having completely ignored the fans. The Rock, who couldn't say anything constructive to this because he did bail out on WWE for producing movies that portray him as a fairy (complete with a tutu), simply replied by saying he would shine up stuff and stick it up parts that shouldn't be said out loud in the PG era (but still are).
Fine, okay. The feud's set. I like The Rock way more than John Cena, but I had to admit Cena had a stronger point. This led to a series of entertaining videos/rap games which we all pretty much enjoyed.
It hasn't progressed much after that.
Granted, we are still months away from Wrestlemania, but with Rock's busy schedule, I don't expect him to appear on RAW every week to really build up the feud. I mean, he came back to the wrestling ring after seven long years and all he could do was show up the RAW before Survivor Series for a 15-minute segment that was filled with Twitter references. Really? Really?
Let them have a video/rap war again. Let them have a contract signing at Royal Rumble (Since Cena taking part in RR is a useless idea). Call him to MNR, call it "Raw Gets Rocked 2" if you want, but get him back.
If we're having a match for which fans have waited a year, let's give them the hype they deserve. As fans, we should be thinking "Man, four more months before this actually happens," rather than being annoyed with constant reminders of what is trending on Twitter.
Ever since The Rock said "I promise you, I'm never going again," his total number of appearances might add up to a single digit.