When Stone Cold refused to lose to Brock Lesnar on Monday Night Raw, Austin took his ball and went home. Stone Cold says he wasn't opposed to losing to Brock Lesnar, but that Austin felt losing to Brock was a big money angle that should have been built up more. After seeing the luke warm reaction to Shinsuke Nakamura beating John Cena on a random Smackdown, I'm starting to see Stone Cold's reasoning. The Nakamura/Cena match is more famous for Cena getting dropped on his head than for strapping the rocket to Nakamura's back for a big time push. Don't get me wrong, I'm really excited for Shinsuke Nakamura vs AJ Styles at Wrestlemania this year. But beating Cena were a massive moments for CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Rusev, Kevin Owens, and AJ Styles. Even Alberto Del Rio's win over Cena was a bigger moment, and Cena was just going through the motions. Instead of losing multiple times to Jinder Mahal for an overhyped India Tour, would Nakamura have been better off doing a 2-3 PPV feud with Cena like the Kevin Owens and AJ Styles feuds? I'm guessing Cena's schedule must not have allowed the necessary time for a proper feud with Nakamura. But Nakamura also beat Randy Orton on a random Smackdown with little to no hype, and less hoopla from the audience. Randy Orton has had star building feuds with feuds with Mark Henry and Daniel Bryan. Most of us probably wish Christian would've had a stronger Heavyweight Title run because of his awesome feud with Randy Orton. Can you imagine the momentum Nakamura could have had going into this year's Wrestlemania if WWE had invested the Summerslam and Hell in a Cell matches into Cena/Orton feuds instead of feeding Nakamura to Jinder Mahal? I get a kind of Summer of Punk vibe from Nakamura's push. Nakamura's big deal wins over Randy Orton and John Cena were undercut by losing to Jinder Mahal, the same way Punk lost the majority of his momentum after his angles with HHH and Kevin Nash.