Rock as champ does a lot for the brand. Rock vs. Cena made more money than any other wrestling PPV ever. It's a business-move and it makes a lot of sense. While I respect that some might not like Rock being used to build up Cena, from a business-standpoint I think it's the best one to make. Rock vs. anybody else on the active roster isn't going to deliver as a high a buyrate as Rock vs. Cena II will. As it's a rematch, it's likely to pull in less buys than last year anyway, so putting the title at stake does help in that regard.
I think some people might be worried about Punk. I don't know. Punk, to me, is pretty much safe. He's got an easy out for losing last night. Plus he just had this historic reign. Losing to the Rock is, most likely, not going to hurt any of his steam.
When you're as good as Chael, you can only call out people worse than you.
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