Pro Wrestling Since 1997


Note on Cena vs. Rock at Wrestlemania

As long as the first match isn’t a flop, there have already been internal discussions about doing The Rock vs. John Cena II at next year’s Wrestlemania in New Jersey, despite this match being billed as “once in a lifetime.”

Believe it or not, there is hope in WWE that Wrestlemania 28 will generate 1.3 million worldwide pay-per-view buys.

Post Category: News

Tags: , , , ,

6 Responses

  1. James says:

    Cena would require a heel turn. It’s not going to work otherwise.

  2. dave says:

    Why not have Jericho and Punk in the match next year. Best of the Best, 4 way 90 minute iron match for the WWE Title.

    Maybe too good an idea to ever be true lol

  3. -J- says:

    UGH…once is enough. So does this mean run-in, unclean finish, double count-out, screw job?

    Can’t sit through another year of sh*t filled twitter insults.

  4. Joe says:

    Please not another year. Once is fine, but then if they do it twice they’ll want to make it a best of 3. If they’re going to do this it would be better to have a rematch at SummerSlam, then the third at next years.

    I’m not in favor of it, but maybe it will actually speed it up for the fans and throw some actual action in there. Rather than just promos.

  5. seanyd93 says:

    I wouldn’t mind a second match if The Rock actually returned to action.

  6. N. Gaijin says:

    That’s exactly what I was thinking, if they go for another match, they can’t really afford to hold it off for another year – there would have to be another one at one of the big PPVs between this WM and next WM. Summerslam would be the ideal time, I think, but Survivor Series could work too. Twitter and half-assed promos nearly killed this feud, so I don’t really think doing another 12 month long build is going to work out. Even with all I’ve said about The Rock in the past, it would be a real waste if all this build was for just one match. I’d expect something more like the program they did with Rock/Hogan years ago, and turn Cena heel if they really want to get him over again. That being said, I’d say it really depends on whether Dwayne wins or loses at ‘Mania for us to start guessing if he’s sticking around. As much as the nostalgia freaks don’t get it, a win for Rocky means nothing if he’s just going to leave for another few years after their match. Either he loses, and he goes back trying to be in every movie he can conceivably audition for, or he wins and we get Rock/Cena II at some PPV in a few months and then the rubberband match at WM 29. That would be logical booking though, and it’s anyone’s guess what’s on the WWE writing staff’s dartboard following WM 28.

Leave a Reply



Matt Hardy wins the TNA World Heavyweight title

Vote View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

Is Seth Rollins over rated?

Loading ... Loading ...

Should Demolition be inducted into the GERWECK.NET Hall of Fame?

Loading ... Loading ...