From what I've seen of Raw, Cena had a couple of minutes at the start of the show where he used his old gimmick, which looks like desperation rather than nostalgia. If you back a controversial decision (Cena's babyface) against the mass of critics, you go all the way. You don't drop it for Scott Carson in the last match, especially when you were actually being vindicated recently.
(Original post by rickjames)
Speaking of inconsistencies, what was your thoughts in the Cena Rap V Rock Concert?
Meanwhile, The Rock had the entire crowd in the palm of his hand, had the commentators stifling laughter, and did it for an entire 20 minutes.
It's like even the bookers are against Cena now, completely burying him. Except now they're not. Plus, Rock's still being a heel. What goes on in their heads?
In fact, this feud is incredibly damaging for Cena. It's like election month - all the rabid fans will stick by one no matter what from start to finish, but The Rock has got all the swing voters, even the ones who were previously voting Cena. Add to that The Rock seems to have far more fans than Cena did in the first place (and Twitter followers, WWE loves Twitter).
I think people cared more a year ago when it was announced.
The feud completely lacks intensity. It's just two guys making 'ur gay' and 'ur mom' jokes. They're fighting mainly because they've been contracted to fight. I'm not convinved they hate each other, that they want to kill each other. Heck, they're acting like friends taking the piss out of each other!
Last edited by nonotrly; 28-03-2012 at 04:00.