Off the heels of JC's "red-hot" pre-Wrestlemania promo about the Rock, I just thought the fact that he complains about the Rock becoming a movie "star" just seems a bit hypocritical. When the Rock left,he not only left the Wrestling business,but he also created a bridge between Hollywood and Sports Entertainment that was alot more legitimate than the Hogans, DDPs,Jesse Venturas and others before him. It was because of the Rock that Vince Mcmahon started putting his name in producer credits in films,and the eventual [horrendous] idea of WWE films studios came about. Even John Cena's foray into motion picture has roots in the Rock's success and when Vinnie Mac and Rocky had a falling out over "The Rock" name, John Cena became not only the WWE posterboy,but it's own attempt at the home grown action hero. IF Cena was a huge hit in "the Marine" and "12 Rounds" would he really have stayed around to be a sports entertainer? His matches have been sub-par for the most of his career, so why the hell wouldn't he want to be the next Rock in Hollywood? So Rocky left to be a movie star, but wasn't John Cena hoping to do the same? If things were different, wouldn't we be encouraged to "never give up", "hustle,loyalty and respect" and "rise above hate" via satellite by John "Hollywood" Cena?