Rock Or Cena

Which side are you on?I’m still with Cena.  Rock was far funnier tonight when he was on location, which makes me think that he’s lost the ability in front of a live crowd.  He’s gotten used to a script and being on film which is a very different style.  I’m curious to see Cena’s reaction if he loses though.

 

Thoughts?

20 comments

  1. Hamler says:

    I’m with Rocky here. I’m a huge Cena supporter, but Rock’s clearly better than him in just about every category there is. That’s not a bad thing either. I’m just more of a Rock fan than Cena and that’s never really going to change no matter how hard anyone tries.

  2. CCM says:

    If he loses, think he’ll laugh and smirk?

    I’m sorry, but part of me finds it stupid that Rock has to play this straight, while Cena no sells everything Rock says. All I could think of during their in ring deal was that Cena seemed so damn unprofessional smirking to everything Rock says. It’s almost as if the whole thing is a joke to Cena, as if he’s actually above this Wrestlemania match.

    When Rock and Austin were facing off, do you think that Austin and Rock would smirk and giggle at the other, and totally job him out? None of this build excites me to want to pay to see these men fight. Rock is off on his twitter shit, and Cena has been acting like this whole thing is below him.

    Who’s team am I on? I’m on Team No Buys.

    TheSDQQKidJoe Reply:

    A joke to Cena? Which I why he said that Mania means everything to him.

    CCM Reply:

    Then fucking act like it. If it’s such a big deal, why are you smirking when Rock is threatening to rip out your throat. Again, the smirk just makes it seem like he thinks Rock is a joke.

    I’m sorry Shamar, aren’t you the guy that can’t follow rules enough to not get banned every, what, five seconds

    Shamar James Reply:

    You’re a retard, CCM

    agreed Reply:

    Shamar is clearly a fuckron
    that having been said, I agree with you CCM, but I would say some of Cena’s smirks are fitting as that is how he often tries to “play it cool” but considering that was his reaction through it all was annoying. While I don’t expect that there might be a bunch of Punk fans on this thread, I personally hope “CM Punk” chants start during Rock/Cena at WM28. Just something that puts them both down simultaneously for something new.

  3. Stormy says:

    Cena.

    Rock has been nothing short of sub-par since he “came back” (and left again, then came back again). Just rehashing the same jokes he used to use, and insulting the man. Cena has bested Rock on every one of their head to head encounters, and on most every other encounter as well.

    Stormy Reply:

    oh yeah, and Rock always says the fans are tired of Cena, yet he gets the loudest reactions of everyone. I still don’t get that.

    CCM Reply:

    That’s very faint praise. Of all the guys that are working full time schedules, Orton and punk are the only ones that can be deemed stars. Everyone else is an absolute geek, either because they’re booked as one (see; Ziggler), or just aren’t all that good (just about everyone else. For argument’s sake, let’s just say Miz, though booking hasn’t helped him either)

    Cena gets loud pops because he’s one of the few stars that show up every week. Let’s face it, Cena isn’t trying to get over during the Attitude Era; he’s not even trying to get over in the Post-Attitude Era. He’s getting over in an era of absolutely no stars

    Rocko Reply:

    No just no.

    I would put an argument here but this is just a stupid thing to say.

    TheSDQQKidJoe Reply:

    I have to put an argument here. But I’m on a cell. Remind me.

    AttitudeFan Reply:

    *cough* bullshit *cough*

    Both have been good and both have been bad in places.

    CCM Reply:

    Tell me; who in the WWE is a star, besides Orton and Punk? I can guarantee you now, of all the superstars in the WWE, the only other one that would get noticed as a star is Big Show. Even then, that’s largely because of his size, and the fact that he’s a product of a different, more popular time.

    Right now, there aren’t nearly as many stars in the WWE as their use to be, and the only ones that people care about come from a different era. When Raw was on last night, do you think people were clamoring to see Dolph Ziggler, Sheamus, Miz, R Truth and the like?

    No, people were drawn in by Rock and admittedly Cena, Shawn Michaels, and Triple H. Because everyone else is a geek that no one gives two fucks about. Ryder had a chance, and they’re killing the character. Cena is a star, but he’s a star in a time for shut business for the WWE, low ratings and buyrates, and a period in which wrestling has never been so relevant in our culture

    CCM Reply:

    For the record, I also meant irrelevant

    TheSDQQKidJoe Reply:

    Irrelevant in our culture? I legit Loled at that statement.

    TheSDQQKidJoe Reply:

    You say people are drawn to WWE now because of Attitude Era stars? I’m slightly lost here.

  4. Rocko says:

    I’m going for both. I love Rock and Cena (Rock was my favorite when I was little and Cena is my favorite now) and I just enjoy sitting back and watching this feud play out.

  5. Blue Chipper says:

    Cena. unequivocally.

  6. Becca says:

    I’ve always preferred The Rock to Cena, and the Fangirl in me is rooting for The Rock to win at Mania. That being said, I’ve enjoyed Cena in this feud more than I have in years which can only be a good thing.

    I wonder what The Rock’s plans are post-Mania. It would be awesome for him to become a member of the roster again, and if he were I’d have no issue with him beating Cena. If he’s just going to fade away, though, the only logical answer would be for Cena to win.

  7. Jay says:

    I am a Fan of both John Cena & The Rock. Im just enjoying the back & forth and can’t wait to see how the Match goes.