I won't miss the Rock. I have him #6 on my list of all time favs, but the attitude era was a long time ago. He did huge things in the business but bolted the first chance he got. I know many others would, but would they do it in a the manner he did? There was a long time where he was trying to downplay his history with the WWE for no other reason than his personal gain. It was the reason Cena made his comments about the Rock in the first place. For a 3rd generation, future hall of fame performer, he had no problem cutting ties almost completely. Would John Cena do that if he left the WWE to become a full time actor? Then all of sudden, Wrestlemania starts doing crowds of over 70,000 and $10 million gates and Dwayne shows up. The WWE basically laid down for him and gave him the world. He was almost always the last segment of every RAW he was on, was in two WM main events, beat the hottest wrestler in the business at two straight ppvs and debuted the new title. The only guy he put over was already the top guy in the company and some reports said he didn't even want to that at WM. His comeback was entertaining at times, and I'm sure it was good business for the WWE, but if I knew it was going to be as egotistical and self serving (considering he already had the money he was doing it for) as his departure years ago, I would've passed entirely. I feel the business has done a lot more for him than he's done for it or to honor it, and considering he's the Rock, I think that says something.