answer. Rock tells Cena to tell the REAL truth about why he thinks he has to win. Cena says because Rock didn't beat him. Rock can't beat him. Cena says he beat himself (Bad choice of words, but I'll let it slide since it's ultra-super serious Cena). Cena says he has never said that publicly, but that's fact. Cena says one bad decision, one personal moment he got caught up in. The crowd boos Cena. Cena says Rock is the only person that clouded his judgment enough to make a dumb decision. Cena says he watched the match over and over - he had Rock beat but made a stupid move by trying to use Rock's own move, the People's Elbow. Cena says that will never happen again. Cena says he will do things his way on his terms at WrestleMania 29. Cena says he knows he is better than The Rock. That's his reason.
Rock says if he could'v beat him, Cena would have beat him, but he didn't. Rock then quotes Ric Flair saying "To Be The Man You've Got To Beat The Man" and Cena cannot beat the man and between them, for the rest of their lives, Cena will never be the man. Oooh, that one stung good.
Dusty Rhodes then asks both Rock and Cena what they really want on April 7 and Cena says he wants to win the big one and dominate The Rock. He wants The Rock to look up at the skies in MetLife Stadium and Rock will realize Cena belongs and Cena is better than The Rock. He wants to hand Rock a loss so devastating it will haunt him for the rest of his life.
Rock again mocks Cena's answer, saying he isn't wired that way and the day after WrestleMania, Rock is going to wake up still WWE Champion while Cena wakes up stuffing his face with Fruity Pebbles. Rock tells Cena to prove Rock wrong at WrestleMania but better than that challenges Cena to prove him wrong right now. Rock and Cena go face to face and Cena does the "You Can't See Me" sign. Rock pushes him and Cena goes to deliver an AA but Rock counters and hits a Rock Bottom. The Legends look on in near amusement as Rocky stands tall and Cena looks on in disappointment, a flashback of sorts to the ending of WM 28 as we fade to black.
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