Scott, say it ain't so! Are you no longer a Rock fan? I ask because of the "people see through what he was doing" comment.
Well I mean I love the Rock as much as the next blogger, but clearly going out and doing three matches, one of which was a job for the guy who is already the biggest star in the business and needs it least, is hardly the humanitarian effort of the century or anything. I know he loves the business and also needs to support his movie career, but really it makes you wonder why he even bothered, ya know? Hell, the "redemption" storyline for Cena even worked better with Punk because Cena had been bitching about how Punk was the guy he couldn't beat all year, and Punk's title reign ending at Wrestlemania with the epic match they had on RAW would have been just as good as what we got, if not better. Plus Rock really had nothing to say from a creative standpoint, just a bunch of funny stories and "Gosh I wanted to be champion again". He's great, but this last run was anything but.