And Then The Rock Responded
Every Tuesday it seems like D&D turns into a wrestling spot, where everyone comes in trying to deliver dropkicks and clotheslines for supremacy. With general interest in wrestling swinging back to the top thanks to Vince McMahon telling the world through his employees that he isn’t holding back for Wrestlemania, we’ve been treated to a time machine trip from 10 years ago that has made the angry teenager in most of us who watched the product jump for absolute joy. The card for Mania looks strong with Triple H trying to end The Undertaker’s streak, Edge & newcomer Alberto Del Rio battling for the World Heavyweight Championship, Randy Orton facing off against CM Punk & somewhere there’ll be a Money In The Bank John Morrison can win. Yeah, stacked.
You see, the main thing with wrestling these days would be the return of The Rock. Maybe he’s hosting Wrestlemania but he definitely has a legitimate beef with the company’s now #1 star, John Cena. The Cena/Rock promos for the past three weeks have easily been some of the best work the company has produced in quite sometime. Hell, it even made Cena start rapping again for a week.
Needless to say, this only brought The Rock back for a response. I’m not going to spoil it for you but when he refers to Cena as a Flintstones character, he’s not talking about Halle Berry’s character in that movie.