Agree about the Corporate Rock, that was when Rock made the "Millions..." legit. This is always gold, after the Ladder match with HHH, WWF on the Home Shopping Network, Rock comes out pissed off, asking where the fuck all The Rock's merchandise for the Millions to buy, then on the spot gives the idea for his first shirt which was the blue "Brahma Bull", still have it somewhere BTW. What a stupid move not to do a "ROCKY SUCKS!" shirt during the peak of his Nation heel run when crowds were chanting it so loud you couldn't hear his music, could have been a huge seller. First Rock item was October 1998 IIRC.
There is a part in the Know Your Role DVD where Rock says in character that there are 3 billion of Rock fans today(99)and in a few years, probably the entire world lol. Can't find it.
Rock and Cena after the match:
Exclusive Pics: The Rock & John Cena Embrace After WrestleMania 28 Match
The documentary gives a look backstage immediately following the WrestleMania 28 match, which shows an embrace between Rock and Cena, in addition to interactions with Vince McMahon. Below are some exclusive photos of the eye-opening scene. Grab your copy of the DVD to see it all.
Both The Rock and John Cena were also briefly interviewed backstage following the “Once in a Lifetime” match up, with some of their comments making it into the documentary.
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Cena does not need "to increase his work rate, add to the five moves of doom, or let his heel persona shine through" to prove how good he is.
He needs to let his heel persona shine through to prove how good he truly is. His current character is stale beyond words and has been that way for years. It's only holding him back from his true potential. I think he sucks up to the crowd way too much as a face, even in 2004. As a heel, though, he's proven to be absolutely awesome.