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Wanted to see the Brock match 4 years ago, but it didn't happen and I haven't been interested in seeing it since.
 

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I'd like to see The Rock vs Chris Jericho. The promos during their build-up would be good, and their match may have the potential to be decent.
 

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The Marahaja Jinder Mahal. At some point he morphs into a Samoan after admitting he's not from India. Triple threat between Roman, Rock, and Jinder in a Battle of Smoa match.
 

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Ambrose. Preferably heel Ambrose who just ran through Roman Reigns.
 

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I'd like to see The Rock vs Chris Jericho. The promos during their build-up would be good, and their match may have the potential to be decent.
That would be amazing. Don't forget the history they have, the chemistry between them was really great in the attitude era.

Plus, Jericho made his WWE debut during a Rock promo, so it would make sense if Rock's last match is against him. Perfect!
 
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Triple H.

Facing Brock would make bank but seeing Brock suplex Rock out the door just wouldn't be worth it. Even if Lesnar did more than just suplexes, I still would go with Triple H as Rock's final opponent.

I'm one of those guys that prefers a wrestler going out to his greatest rival or one of his greatest rivals, giving that person's final match more meaning, historically. I really don't care about somebody putting over a younger guy on his way out, it's not always a guarantee that it's gonna do wonders for the younger opponent (ex. Roman vs. Taker) and they could always find another way to get the younger guy over without him retiring a legend.

Not only do Rock and Triple H have the history and meaning but you could also build the match as an "End Of An Era". I know it's cliché at this point and they've already done that but the Attitude Era is so beloved, it might get some AE fans who stopped watching to tune in to watch that match and unlike Taker vs. Triple H, it truly would be an actual "End Of An Era" match as The Rock vs. Triple H was one of the defining feuds of the AE and The Rock was one of the top dogs in the AE along with Austin, so we say goodbye to one of the guys who ruled the Attitude Era. I feel they only added the "End Of An Era" title to Taker vs. Triple H to make it seem more special when it really wasn't though it obviously ended up being a hell of a match (no pun intended) but both guys continued wrestling after.

All Lesnar vs. Rock has going for it is just money but it doesn't have the same history and meaning as Triple H vs. Rock. Plus Rock's retirement alone would sell Rock vs. Triple H money-wise along with the "End Of An Era" thing.

But knowing Vince, he'll go with Roman as Rock's last ever opponent :reigns2
 

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Brock Lesnar.

Rock comes in, beats Lesnar and takes the title, forfeits it the next night and a full timer becomes champ.

Rock promises to cash in his rematch clause and forfeit the title the next night if another part timer like Lesnar or Oldberg happens to win the belt.

The hero we deserve.
 
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