Dead Rats wrote:I have no idea why fella was pushed to win the Royal Rumble, anyway. As Wub said, Bryan Danielson is a brilliant technical wrestler, and fella is a brawler but a really shit one. And the worst thing is, it looks like Danielson will lose it. This Wrestlemania is shaping up to be complete toilet.
Cena gonna immortalise himself by beating The Rock. Lol
He was pushed because he's triple H's pet project, the original plan was for Jericho to win it and use that to launch his feud with punk but Triple H changed it on the basis that jericho could feud with punk anyway, he didn't need the leg up of the Rumble win. It's really hard to see what would've happened to the title if things hadn't changed tbh, I'm fairly sure the original plan was to have him drop it to Orton at Elimination chamber and then continue the Orton-Barrett feud up to mania and have Bryan continue feuding with Henry and Show, but then Orton got concussed and henry's groin injury got the better of him so that wouldn't have been able to come to fruition anyway, unless you had Barrett win and then Orton feud when he returned, but then Barrett broke his arm as well. I suppose my main point is that I'd rather have had this long build, regardless of how good it is, for a Sheamus face push than a short rushed build up between Orton and D-bry when he came back from injury only to give Orton another title reign.
Yeah Cena will beat the rock, but then he should. The Rock will go back to filming movies after wrestlemania, pop up from time to time on the RAW's going up to summerslam, make an appearance there in some form, go away again and come back for the next wrestlemania. It wouldn't make sense to cement the Rock's Icon of all Icon's status when he's buggering off again. The only way I can see the Rock winning is through the rumoured Miz interference (dear god I hope the Miz doesn't intefere) or if he goes over clean for a rematch at summerslam where Cena takes the win. You gotta remember that when The Rock beat Hogan at mania people who grew up with hogan as their number 1 wrestler and icon will have been saying the same things about that match, but Hogan is still (In some respects) revered for what he did for the business and The Rock got his Icon status. Nothing really changes with this match apart from Cena can cut promo's about being the man who beat The Rock who beat Hogan and the next big thing can work up to becoming the man who beat Cena who beat The rock who beat Hogan on the greatest stage of all.