After last night, I am a little put off by the logic of this "feud". I understand it to a point, Kid Rock is going to play the ABA to the ring and he will beat Cena 1-2-3 (I assume). Still, will he just appear at WrestleMania and declare the match with Cena to be his last ride? In terms of kayfabe, it DOES make you look a little egotistical if you do not answer after being called out so many times.
The disappointment in the crowd last night was palpable and I don't think it was in a good way. Even though WrestleMania always draws an enthusiastic and large crowd, how many people are going to lose their minds over a 16-year old song and a relatively short-lived gimmick?
Maybe I'm being negative, but this storyline has been a little too work-shoot for me since it began. As a loyal WWE/Taker fan, I hope it pays off the way WWE is betting it will.
My best guess is Cena comes over the barricade and runs his month in a last ditch effort to draw taker out. Gong, lights go out, and Undertaker's attire appears in the ring like the end of Mania last year. Cue Kid Rock, Undertaker. Taker beats Cena in the last match of the show and then cuts a promo about it being his last ride. Formulaic thank you Taker chants as show goes off the air.
Last edited by Logisticalbooker86 : 04-03-2018 at 10:14 AM.