Truly, these two are damn near identical kayfabe-wise. Both men built their fanbases on how brash and arrogant they were, and both men had big money matches that required them to tone down the arrogance slightly and adopt a new persona based on being the best. They started with talking shit, and they reached their apexes by doing shit. In my earlier post I neglected to mention John Cena's match with JBL at WrestleMania, which I'm sure was more of a milestone for his fans than his match at Survivor Series. In the interest of fairness, and for general enjoyment, here's that match: [YOUTUBE]4nXuJ2Lwqv8[/YOUTUBE] When it comes to two of pro-wrestling's most over performers in history, I have to split hairs and use arguments that might only have significance for myself. I don't think that Stone Cold was supposed to be as over with the fans as he became, I think that he was written into the show as a mid-carder who would suffer on behalf of his affiliation with the NWA. You already know that Stone Cold's 3:16 speech was never supposed to happen, we were supposed to be watching a Triple H coronation as the new King of the Ring. I think that the second the WWE brass saw John Cena, they (appropriately) saw dollar signs and were already brainstorming how he could be the poster child for their company. I give Stone Cold the edge because he didn't need over a decade to give us some of the most memorable moments in prowrestling history, but I'm willing to admit that a vote for John Cena is a wise and informed vote. Just giving you my take on all this.