Re: Official The Rock WWE Championship Discussion
^ Orton stopped trashing The Rock a long time ago and came to his senses. And to be honest, he never said anything about it being "unfair" that he main events over full-timers. He just said Cena is better than The Rock and that The Rock went to Vince and claimed that Orton trashed Triple H just to get him into trouble. But then after WM27, he changed his mind and gave The Rock credit for raising his paycheck. Punk, on the other hand, is an arrogant, shit talking jerk that had the nerve to claim that his match with Orton sold out the arena and drew the 1 million buyrate and constantly complains about not getting main events even though it's been well established that he can't draw if his life depended on it. And Cena didn't complain about "unfairness" either. He was a bit unprofessional in their feud with some of the stuff he said, but he never whined about "Dwayne main eventing Wrestlemania". Orton or Cena shouldn't be put in the same sentence as that disrespectful prick, Phil. Phil is mad because his time at the top comes at a point when no one cares enough to watch his boring ass hold the title for an entire year so it bothers him that part-timers have to come and help the company's bank account because vanilla hacks like him drive away fans faster than you can say "What happened?". Orton and Cena have been there, done that. They are both veterans in the business and there's nothing left for either to do other than participate in dream matches with legends that return to temporary help the business. They have no reason to be bitter about anything.
I just hope Rock stops kissing Phil's ass in the build-up and legit buries him. That "The Rock main events Wrestlemania because he draws more money in one night than you will in a lifetime" tweet is a good start.
But why SHOULD he bury Phil? Phil is better than Randal. Rock unlike some marks here realizes that. Which is why he won't work a program with Randal.
Top 5 Favourite Wrestlers of All Time: The Rock, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Triple H