Official The Rock vs. John Cena Thread: Greatness vs. Redemption, TWICE IN A LIFETIME - Page 161 - Wrestling Forum : WWE, TNA, ROH, Wrestling Videos, Women of Wrestling Forums

View Poll Results: Who will you be rooting for in the Rematch Of A Lifetime?

Rock 306 62.58%
Cena 183 37.42%
Voters: 489. You may not vote on this poll

Reply

Old 03-08-2013, 11:28 AM   #1601 (permalink)
Moron
 
Join Date: Dec 2012
Posts: 598
Icon_Vs_Icon is being a bitchIcon_Vs_Icon is being a bitchIcon_Vs_Icon is being a bitch
Default Re: Official The Rock vs. John Cena Thread: Greatness vs. Redemption, TWICE IN A LIFE

If WWE has any sense they will have da GOAT retain at Mania then drop it to superCena at ER with a Brock interference. Then again if they had any sense they wouldve booked Rocky against Brock this Mania then have Rocky put over Cena his very last match.
Icon_Vs_Icon is offline   Reply With Quote
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
 

Old 03-08-2013, 11:33 AM   #1602 (permalink)
GET MY BAGS
 
Rock316AE's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2011
Posts: 9,463
Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500
Default Re: Official The Rock vs. John Cena Thread: Greatness vs. Redemption, TWICE IN A LIFE

The exchange they had on RAW was pretty much the perfect promo for this stage of their program and accomplished everything they needed. The body language of both of them in their roles that night was spot on. Rock as the confident bully, almost a heel performance, hearing Cena talking for 5 minutes about how the loss at WM28 ruined his life professionally and personally and rubbing it in his face even more with pure arrogance. And Cena as the (supposed to be at least) sympathetic figure trying to rebuild his career but with the doubt in mind if he can even do it. They captured this story perfectly in 15 minutes, ESPECIALLY during the last line with Rock, basically in half heel mode saying that he's going to beat him...AGAIN and Cena changing his expression in a moment. I watched every segment Cena worked in his career, from the first day of his debut against Kurt Angle in Chicago and I don't remember him doing a better job in terms of facially selling than he did during this moment. No smile, no overacting, no forced screaming, just sending you the right message, that he doesn't know if he can actually do it.

5:20 and especially 5:40


That visual between Rock and Cena already made huge money, no matter what they're doing from now until WM29. Only problem is, like I said, that the guy in the Redemption storyline is the wrong guy because most people can't and don't want to emotionally invest in him in that position. Not saying that Rock should be on some sort of a "redemption" angle after he loses something, that's the absolute worst way to maximize Rock's character and he will never do it anyway. But I hope they realize that the story is backwards, unless they're going with the surprise or some other unexpected twist which will be great.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Oliver-94 View Post
Rock316AE, I hope you're right but what if Rock is involved in a six man tag match against the Shield because he still hasn't got his revenge. All top faces have been involved in brawls vs the Shield but Rock still hasn't so maybe that's a possibility. Or this date could be a segment where Rock addresses his next opponent (similar to when HHH addressed Lesnar in NWO 2012).
I don't see Rock in another tag match on a PPV TBH. They did it at SVS 2011 because it was a special event exactly 15 years after Rock's debut in the same building and on the same show. Also to add to the Rock/Cena build up like Hogan and Macho Man did during their one year program. I think that if Rock is actually working the PPV between his crazy schedule around that time, it's going to be something bigger than that. Rock addressing his next opponent? Possibly, but they can also do it on TV and it's probably not worth it for them to do a Rock/Brock interaction on PPV just to talk about a match for April 2014. My guess is Rock/Cena in a stipulation match, maybe a 3 way. With Rock dropping the title.

Last edited by Rock316AE : 03-08-2013 at 11:50 AM.
Rock316AE is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-08-2013, 12:34 PM   #1603 (permalink)
ARRIVE. HOOPLA. LEAVE.
 
scrilla's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: chatbox
Posts: 15,095
scrilla 31001 - 31500scrilla 31001 - 31500scrilla 31001 - 31500scrilla 31001 - 31500scrilla 31001 - 31500scrilla 31001 - 31500scrilla 31001 - 31500scrilla 31001 - 31500scrilla 31001 - 31500scrilla 31001 - 31500scrilla 31001 - 31500
Default Re: Official The Rock vs. John Cena Thread: Greatness vs. Redemption, TWICE IN A LIFE

Quote:
Originally Posted by The-Rock-Says View Post
Have you got a problem with that, you butthurt mark?
welcome back brother
__________________

#BELLA&HOOPLA
scrilla is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-08-2013, 12:40 PM   #1604 (permalink)
Moron
 
Join Date: Mar 2013
Posts: 131
SavedByChrist94 0 - 49
Default Re: Official The Rock vs. John Cena Thread: Greatness vs. Redemption, TWICE IN A LIFE

Quote:
Originally Posted by Rock316AE View Post
The exchange they had on RAW was pretty much the perfect promo for this stage of their program and accomplished everything they needed. The body language of both of them in their roles that night was spot on. Rock as the confident bully, almost a heel performance, hearing Cena talking for 5 minutes about how the loss at WM28 ruined his life professionally and personally and rubbing it in his face even more with pure arrogance. And Cena as the (supposed to be at least) sympathetic figure trying to rebuild his career but with the doubt in mind if he can even do it. They captured this story perfectly in 15 minutes, ESPECIALLY during the last line with Rock, basically in half heel mode saying that he's going to beat him...AGAIN and Cena changing his expression in a moment. I watched every segment Cena worked in his career, from the first day of his debut against Kurt Angle in Chicago and I don't remember him doing a better job in terms of facially selling than he did during this moment. No smile, no overacting, no forced screaming, just sending you the right message, that he doesn't know if he can actually do it.

5:20 and especially 5:40


That visual between Rock and Cena already made huge money, no matter what they're doing from now until WM29. Only problem is, like I said, that the guy in the Redemption storyline is the wrong guy because most people can't and don't want to emotionally invest in him in that position. Not saying that Rock should be on some sort of a "redemption" angle after he loses something, that's the absolute worst way to maximize Rock's character and he will never do it anyway. But I hope they realize that the story is backwards, unless they're going with the surprise or some other unexpected twist which will be great.



I don't see Rock in another tag match on a PPV TBH. They did it at SVS 2011 because it was a special event exactly 15 years after Rock's debut in the same building and on the same show. Also to add to the Rock/Cena build up like Hogan and Macho Man did during their one year program. I think that if Rock is actually working the PPV between his crazy schedule around that time, it's going to be something bigger than that. Rock addressing his next opponent? Possibly, but they can also do it on TV and it's probably not worth it for them to do a Rock/Brock interaction on PPV just to talk about a match for April 2014. My guess is Rock/Cena in a stipulation match, maybe a 3 way. With Rock dropping the title.

Actually I see rock as the face exposing cena(lance armstrong reference) and cena snapping at mania turning heel because he doesn't think he can do it(like austin in 01)

Here's the proof, read up,

"
Quote:
Originally Posted by SavedByChrist94 View Post
Look at the promo from raw and tell me he's not turning heel.

lets examine,



Lets start off in the beginning with fact that Cena says that Wrestlemania 28 sent his life into a tailspin, obvious if his life went down the drain because of that match he's going do anything it takes to ensure it doesn't happen again.

Then at 2:10 he says he's not throwing this chance away, hmm.

Then please look at 5:40 and on and please try to tell me he's not turning heel, this is uncharacteristic of cena, he usually laughs this stuff off, he has not just anger is his face but hate.

Remember Wrestlemania 17?

Look at the signs,

austin returned and tryed all throughout 2000 to get the wwf title and revenge, and when he finds the guy who masterminded it, he loses to him at no way out in '01, then look at the promo with austin/rock the day after no way out 2001,



Look at 8:43, it was the EXACT same promo at the end. come one guys cena is turning heel.

most likely vince wants to redo the austin heel turn because it failed in 2001, this time he wants to do it right.

John Cena is winning at Wrestlemania 29, but he ain't winning clean. if not then cena will once again... lose.

Cutting all the excuses, "he's too popular", austin and hogan were popular.

he had multiple chances, sure about that?

Nexus - it was 2010, PG era was new, they had nobody else, and wwe made it obvious that he wasn't turning(he was at his 2nd colored t shirt at the time, pg cena was fresh)

2011 - they were building to wrestlemania 28, impossibility

Embrace the hate, just a tease, if he was turning heel, we wouldn't have known, it would've been a surprise with minor hints.

Wrestlemania 28 - it was miami and rock just came back, no way was cena winning and no signs of him turning(he wasn't mad after the loss at wm 27, and wasn't as desperate, he was like rocky balboa in this match with the I need to win, etc)

Wrestlemania 29 - obvious heel stuff here from the evidence, cena is desperate, life has become ruin(in storyline), look at his face at the end, the rock exposed him, he's had a bad year, is acting like a whiner instead of the cena we know that dust himself off and tries again, this cena is angry about his loss, and had hate on his face when the rock told him how it is.
Either cena wins heel, or rock wins as a face, because cena cannot win as a face, why? rocky will be at extreme rules, most likely looking for a rematch, thus rock wants revenge against the unclean heel turn win(remember the night after mania 17?) or cena loses at mania but wins at extreme rules.
SavedByChrist94 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-08-2013, 12:46 PM   #1605 (permalink)
Vince gives me a comedy gimmick
 
Stone Hot's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: NY
Posts: 6,397
Stone Hot 501 - 1000Stone Hot 501 - 1000Stone Hot 501 - 1000Stone Hot 501 - 1000Stone Hot 501 - 1000Stone Hot 501 - 1000
Default Re: Official The Rock vs. John Cena Thread: Greatness vs. Redemption, TWICE IN A LIFE

Cena is winning at WM 29 and Rock gets his rematch at extreme rules and cena is winning again thats it. Cena is not losing 3 WMs in a row. The Rock is facing cena this year to put cena over so After WM 29 when John Cena wins cena will look that much stronger and more iconic when he goes into a program with the Undertaker at WM 30, because then Cena can say I have beaten Rock, HHH, HBK, Batista, Edge, Chris Jericho, Kane, Big Show, Rey Mysterio, CM Punk and it will mean that much more for Cena vs Taker. Because Cena can say I have beaten them all except 1 man and thats Undertaker and boom the story writes itself. Pure Gold Its gonna happen period. Im that confident that match will happen at WM 30
__________________
Proud mark and supporter of Triple H. All of his wins are well deserved and he has earned his spot. Theres nothing you guys can do about it. Haters can suck it.

Austin is the Biggest draw in WWE history not Rock. Deal with it MARKS. Vince McMahon said it himself

My 10 Favorite Wrestlers of all Time
1. Stone Cold Steve Austin
2. Shawn Michaels
3. Chris Jericho
4. Triple H
5. Edge
6. Undertaker
7. The Rock
8. Bret Hart
9. Kurt Angle
10. Mick Foley

Last edited by Stone Hot : 03-08-2013 at 01:21 PM.
Stone Hot is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-08-2013, 01:05 PM   #1606 (permalink)
Acknowledged by SCOTT STEINER
 
ric6y's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 2007
Posts: 1,056
ric6y 501 - 1000ric6y 501 - 1000ric6y 501 - 1000ric6y 501 - 1000ric6y 501 - 1000ric6y 501 - 1000ric6y 501 - 1000
Default Re: Official The Rock vs. John Cena Thread: Greatness vs. Redemption, TWICE IN A LIFE

Stone Hot in your way of things he can say i beat dx leaders and make them both tap out at 2 back to back WM when they failed to beat u through 4 straight WM i beat the one and only THE ROCK i beat almost your WM list orton henry show batista edge punk even your brother kane who can't do the job TWICE u right cena must go to the match with UT strong as possible it's our question is how the match end at WM with rock without being so predictable also
__________________
ric6y is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-08-2013, 01:07 PM   #1607 (permalink)
It's only after you've lost everything that you're free to do anything.
 
RatedR10's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2008
Location: Ontario, Canada
Posts: 3,582
RatedR10 2001 - 2500RatedR10 2001 - 2500RatedR10 2001 - 2500RatedR10 2001 - 2500RatedR10 2001 - 2500RatedR10 2001 - 2500RatedR10 2001 - 2500RatedR10 2001 - 2500RatedR10 2001 - 2500RatedR10 2001 - 2500RatedR10 2001 - 2500
Default Re: Official The Rock vs. John Cena Thread: Greatness vs. Redemption, TWICE IN A LIFE

Cena's facial expressions are great in the promo, especially at the end of the promo when The Rock says "again." I'm not expecting John Cena to turn heel or change anything at Wrestlemania, but I would not be surprised if he showed a more aggressive, desperate side at Wrestlemania and really does do "anything" to get the win.
__________________
"To Paul Bearer, you will always be perfect."
RatedR10 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-08-2013, 01:17 PM   #1608 (permalink)
Wheel Man for SCOTT STEINER
 
Oliver-94's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: London
Posts: 3,123
Oliver-94 5501 - 6000Oliver-94 5501 - 6000Oliver-94 5501 - 6000Oliver-94 5501 - 6000Oliver-94 5501 - 6000Oliver-94 5501 - 6000Oliver-94 5501 - 6000Oliver-94 5501 - 6000Oliver-94 5501 - 6000Oliver-94 5501 - 6000Oliver-94 5501 - 6000
Default Re: Official The Rock vs. John Cena Thread: Greatness vs. Redemption, TWICE IN A LIFE

Quote:
Originally Posted by Rock316AE View Post

I don't see Rock in another tag match on a PPV TBH. They did it at SVS 2011 because it was a special event exactly 15 years after Rock's debut in the same building and on the same show. Also to add to the Rock/Cena build up like Hogan and Macho Man did during their one year program. I think that if Rock is actually working the PPV between his crazy schedule around that time, it's going to be something bigger than that. Rock addressing his next opponent? Possibly, but they can also do it on TV and it's probably not worth it for them to do a Rock/Brock interaction on PPV just to talk about a match for April 2014. My guess is Rock/Cena in a stipulation match, maybe a 3 way. With Rock dropping the title.
The two possible scenarios I mentioned are only if the Rock loses. I really do not want to see a third match where Cena gets the win and just resumes to the normal routine for the rest of the year. Personally, I would just prefer Rock losing at WM 29 so this feud ends and both wrestlers move on to bigger things (Cena - Taker and Rock - Brock). My mark side will love to see Rock retain his title at WM 29 though.

By the way, is Rock 100% appearing at Extreme rules? Dirtsheets were reporting this not too long ago but then they denied the rumours.
__________________
http://www.wrestlingforum.com/signaturepics/sigpic210074_24.gif
Oliver-94 is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-08-2013, 01:45 PM   #1609 (permalink)
GET MY BAGS
 
Rock316AE's Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2011
Posts: 9,463
Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500Rock316AE 15001 - 15500
Default Re: Official The Rock vs. John Cena Thread: Greatness vs. Redemption, TWICE IN A LIFE

Quote:
Originally Posted by Oliver-94 View Post
The two possible scenarios I mentioned are only if the Rock loses. I really do not want to see a third match where Cena gets the win and just resumes to the normal routine for the rest of the year. Personally, I would just prefer Rock losing at WM 29 so this feud ends and both wrestlers move on to bigger things (Cena - Taker and Rock - Brock). My mark side will love to see Rock retain his title at WM 29 though.

By the way, is Rock 100% appearing at Extreme rules? Dirtsheets were reporting this not too long ago but then they denied the rumours.
No doubt, and if Rock loses at WM29, there's no way he's losing at ER. Rock is main eventing WM30, there's no reason for him to do another job before it. The closest thing will be Rock close to beating Cena at ER and Lesnar attacks him right before he pins him. WWE made it too obvious that Cena is going over at WM29 **on TV**, but from every other aspect that needs to be in consideration for that decision, like Rock working ER a month after, Rock promoting two blockbusters between Mania and ER, Rock main eventing WM next year and sending the crowd home happy, you can see that it's a pretty big possibility that he's dropping the title only at ER. The result aside, they had a tremendous start to the program so far, hoping for more material on this caliber.
Rock316AE is offline   Reply With Quote
Old 03-08-2013, 01:48 PM   #1610 (permalink)
Meltzer said I'm a good worker
 
xdoomsayerx's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Best in the world: CHICAGO
Posts: 8,550
xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000xdoomsayerx 3501 - 4000
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Rock316AE View Post
No doubt, and if Rock loses at WM29, there's no way he's losing at ER. Rock is main eventing WM30, there's no reason for him to do another job before it. The closest thing will be Rock close to beating Cena at ER and Lesnar attacks him right before he pins him. WWE made it too obvious that Cena is going over at WM29 **on TV**, but from every other aspect that needs to be in consideration for that decision, like Rock working ER a month after, Rock promoting two blockbusters between Mania and ER, Rock main eventing WM next year and sending the crowd home happy, you can see that it's a pretty big possibility that he's dropping the title only at ER. The result aside, they had a tremendous start to the program so far, hoping for more material on this caliber.


No he's not. Cena/Taker will close WM 30. Stop being a delusional mark.
__________________
Top 10 all time favorites:

Stone Cold Steve Austin
The Undertaker
Shawn Michaels
Chris Jericho
Brock Lesnar
Kurt Angle
HHH
Edge
CM Punk
Kane (98-04)
xdoomsayerx is online now   Reply With Quote
Reply



Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

vB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off
Trackbacks are Off
Pingbacks are Off
Refbacks are On


VerticalSports
Baseball Forum Golf Forum Boxing Forum Snowmobile Forum
Basketball Forum Soccer Forum MMA Forum PWC Forum
Football Forum Cricket Forum Wrestling Forum ATV Forum
Hockey Forum Volleyball Forum Paintball Forum Snowboarding Forum
Tennis Forum Rugby Forums Lacrosse Forum Skiing Forums
Copyright (C) Verticalscope Inc Search Engine Friendly URLs by vBSEO 3.3.2
Powered by vBulletin Copyright 2000-2009 Jelsoft Enterprises Limited.
vBCredits v1.4 Copyright ©2007, PixelFX Studios