I hear so many internet fans say you can't do a dream match like Sting/Taker because it does nothing for the future of the company. I hear fans complain saying you have to market WM with up and coming stars. To me that is an overrated statement. Young up and coming stars is something the majority of fans may want in wrestling, but WWE is all about viewing the company from their perspective not the fans perspective. And if you were in WWE's shoes, the only way you will ever make the kind of money you like is putting together high drawing matches at the greatest PPV of the year. That's why if you put a match the quality of Bryan vs. Punk together, it will appease the IWC fans that enjoy high quality in ring action, but WWE in general will lose money because it doesn't have the marketable appeal that a Sting/Taker match has. And let's face it, the stars that can draw in lots of money are once in a lifetime. You just have to look to all the other sports to figure this out. In basketball how many Michael Jordan's are there? In football how many Tom Brady's are there? In baseball how many Babe Ruth's are there. It's no different with wrestling. Even if a young and up and coming wrestler was great by in ring quality standards, he'll never reach the drawing power that stars of the past will. And that's essentially all you need to know, because WWE is a business that is ALL about the money. If a match, regardless of the quality, brings in a lot of buys, I can assure you WWE will nip at it. So that's why when the typical IWC fan argues OMG a match between Hogan and Cena would be the crummiest match ever, well it doesn't really matter what the typical IWC fan thinks of it in terms of quality, it's all about Vince's way of knowing that it will ring in the money and make the rich even richer. I'm not advocating at all that young stars shouldn't be pushed or that Hogan/Cena should happen, but complaining about a match being stinky for in ring quality is discounting WWE's whole purpose of doing a Hogan/Cena match in the first place and that is to draw money. As long as it draws money, and I assure you it will, fans will buy it.