Originally Posted by Sicksnuff17
I guess they see Rock vs Cena with the WWE title on the line this time as something that can draw more interest going into next year's Wrestlemania. Especially with The Rock most likely going into Wrestlemania 29 with the WWE championship. It may benefit them due ratings going up with The Rock as the WWE champion and the media coverage they can get with Rock being the WWE champion. I'm sure they are trying to top last year's Wrestlemania buyrates by having Rock vs Cena for the WWE title this time not to mention Lesnar making an appearance on the card. Whether that happens remains to be seen.
I personally am indifferent to another Rock vs Cena match. I'm not that psyched about it and I truly think both The Rock and Cena can be used a little better on the Wrestlemania 29 card (CM Punk vs John Cena for the WWE title along with Rock vs Brock is something I would go for) but if it happens, I wouldn't mind it that much.
Originally Posted by deadly56
Exactly. The build-up to that match would be great. Have CM Punk brag about surpassing Cena's record as the longest reigning WWE champion in recent memory and proclaim himself as the new face of the WWE and bam, you have your Wrestlemania main event with it being an Iron Man match between two of the best in the WWE today . That match would be equivalent to The Rock vs Stone Cold's match at Wrestlemania X-Seven with both men battling it out to see who truly is the top dog in the WWE. They wanted to do this with Cena vs Orton at one point I believe so they should definitely do that with Punk vs Cena.
Another reason why Punk vs Cena should happen is because it's a match between two of the WWE's CURRENT best rather than a dream match between a part-time wrestler and a full-time wrestler. I'm a big Rocky fan but I don't think he should headline TWO Wrestlemanias in a row as that chance should be given to CM Punk. That's why I say Brock vs Rock should happen at next year's Wrestlemania. It'll draw just as much as Punk vs Cena and it will give The Rock a chance to avenge his loss again Brock Lesnar at Summerslam 2002.