Originally Posted by Briman
First off, The Rock was the favorite until it got to Wrestlemania for the match & do to the fact it was in Toronto? It's no surprise on they acted especially with their history let alone being known as "bizarroland". Look back at some of those videos during that whole storyline & you will see Hogan wasn't that liked until the night of Mania.
Second off, in ten more years John Cena will be facing Zack Ryder in a dream match? Really? I mean...Really? Someone spread the dope your smoking because I'm sure every drug lord would love to have it.
And finally, your last comment is funny all in itself because what you fail to realize is the demographic that are fans of Cena is the same demographic that goes & sees The Rock's films or the films that are appointed to that demographic. The Rock is just as relevant if not more so then Cena in that demographic & for you too say they will barely even know The Rock or what he has done? To begin, there is alot wrong with your final statement also unless they have an extremely short term memory by what you are saying they do (wow...you just spit in the face of an entire generation) I don't think by any means they will forget The Rock & what he has done. History has a funny way of carring itself throughout generations. You have an exceedingly close-minded viewpoint on how you look at things but I digree. Actually, The Rock has a bigger fanbase whether it's inside or outside the ring then John Cena. Cena's only big in the wrestling world which is a small world in the bigger picture of things (especially by today's market) compared to what the level of The Rock who's not just overly big in the wrestling world but just as big outside of the wrestling world something of which Cena isn't even remotely close too being. So, if you are going to ask who's going to be remembered longer? Technically, it will be The Rock in the end.