Well look what we got here another fan that likes to focus on the "Business" side of things. Do you secretly work for WWE or something? Here is the thing no one put a gun to Vince's head to promote the match last year as "Once In A Lifetime" If they so desperately were planning on doing a rematch a year later they should of never promoted the match last year so heavily as "Once In A Lifetime" to make you feel like you would never see it again.
Fans have every right to feel cheated and sure a lot of fans that went to Miami last year as well as ordered the PPV feel cheated by WWE. This is why I say Vince will fail on this. I am sure when the buyrates came in for WM 28 and he saw how strong they were he felt that booking the match again this year that he could possibly match or top the buyrates from last year but its not going to happen. No Rock fan is going to pay to see Cena get a predictable win over Rock. And please don't fool yourself the only reason why WWE got such strong buyrates for WM 27 and WM 28 was because of Rock.
Also as far as you mentioning WM being sold out well no shit its fucking WM. No matter how bad a show is its always better live. A lot of fans thought WM 28 was a shit show but I enjoyed it live. WM will always sell out because its WM. That doesn't mean the PPV buyrates will be strong. Also another thing you got to factor in is a lot of casual fans go to WM and they can give a fuck less about what is on the card.
As a fan I can careless of what is so called "GOOD FOR BUSINESS". There is plenty of other matches they could of booked for Mania this year that could of draw a lot more money than Rock/Cena II and Brock/HHH II. Just wait and see when the buyrates come in for Mania this year and I guarantee it will be less than WM 28's strong buyrates last year.
What other matches could be booked that would draw more money that Rock/Cena 2? And I feel their saving Rock/Brock for next year. Same with Cena/Taker. It makes sense to have two star-studded matches at the 30th Anniversary of WrestleMania, than on the one before it. Makes the show much bigger.
So, other than Brock/Rock or Cena/Taker, what other match is there that would draw more than Rock/Cena 2 for this year's Wrestlemania?
And no, I don't work for WWE. But I understand that it's a business and in a business your main goal is too make money.
Why would any fan feel cheated? Once the ref counted the three in the Rock/Cena match, I knew there was going to be a rematch. In fact, Cena should have won the match the first time around. But that's another story for another time. The fact is though, there s no way WWE were just going to have Rock come back and beat Cena without Cena (their top face) beating Rock in a rematch.
It makes sense for Cena's career, and for the future storyline with The Undertaker at WM 30. He's beaten everyone there is too beat. Rock, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, Edge, Kurt Angle, JBL, Randy Orton, and CM Punk. Every who's stood in his way, he's beaten. Now, it's time to do something he hasn't done yet, and that's challenge The Streak. It writes itself.
Just because they billed it "Once In A Lifetime" doesn't mean their not allowed to do it again.