Jim Ross Blogs On What He Expects From Rock Vs. Cena, Mark Henry's Future, Punk/Jericho

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Jim Ross Blogs On What He Expects From Rock Vs. Cena, Mark Henry's Future, Punk/Jericho

Source: JR's BBQ

Jim Ross is back with his latest blog. As always, the blog is a must-read, here are some highlights:

The CM Punk - Chris Jericho storyline: "The Punk/Jericho interaction was compelling and furthered the two, talented performer's personal issue. Let's not lose track that this is for the WWE Title which is the Promised Land for any WWE Superstar. The personal issue aspect of this pairing makes this match even more anticipated in my view. A potential show stealer without question."

Mark Henry: "His evolution in the past year or so has been extremely gratifying to me. If Mark is blessed to stay healthy, I fully expect him to have am impactful 2012."

Rock's promo on RAW: "Only one man's opinion, but I thought that Rock's promo in front of the Rocky statue was the Great One's best verbal presentation yet in regard to the Rock vs. Cena bout at WM28. Loved the old school references along with Rock's entertaining and compelling delivery. Really memorable."

What he expects from Rock vs. Cena: "I still expect that the Cena vs. Rock bout at WM28 will be athletic, physical and challenging to both highly motivated athletes who refuse to take a backseat to anyone in their profession. Competition brings out the best in in-ring performers with the DNA that Rock and Cena possess.

"For the record, new fans who don't perceive The Rock to no longer be a wrestler and merely as an actor are in dire need of catching up to what has gone down in WWE over the years. Trust me, Rock can still 'go' as we'll all see in his hometown of Miami. Remember, Cena is coming into the Great One's backyard."

Much more is contained in JR's latest blog, including him talking about The Undertaker/HHH/HBK segment on RAW, if the titles should be redesigned, Daniel Bryan vs. Sheamus and much more. You can check it out by clicking here.

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