WM, let's face it, is geared to bring back old fans who may not be watching the rest of the year and to appease what the IWC collectively tends to call 'casual' fans. The build this year has thus far been atrocious, and I myself don't see that much potential in the card itself as it stands now. Punk/Jericho sounded great a month ago, but after what's transpired since Jericho's return it's raped my interest. Jericho doesn't have a snow ball chance in hell of winning the match, and having predictable outcomes kills matches in my book. Cena/Rock... the video package feud of the century. The Rock is a busy guy, sure, we all understand it, but if he was committed to by WWE a year in advance to ME WM, you'd think he could commit himself to do more than 2 live shows before the fucking thing. The crowd will be hot ala Hogan/Rock, but the match itself will probably be lackluster. The allure of a possible Cena heel turn went up in smoke last night, and honestly at this point I don't care who wins the damn match. HHH/Taker part III, oh well. I'm tired of WWE having to dust off the old guys for Wrestlemania season to sell their biggest PPV because they fail to create new stars throughout the rest of the year. Granted, they made Punk into what appears to be a megastar, or at least a potential one, but this is a clear exception to the rule, not the rule. The WHC title match will feel like an afterthought, and while both guys have a ton of potential, neither feels like a big star at this point in their respective careers. So yea, IMO unless things pick up exponentially over the next 6 weeks, which could happen but seems unlikely from where I'm sitting, it's going to be HHH/Taker, Cena/Rock, and a bunch of afterthoughts, including the title matches But on to my point, it seems like the last couple of years WWE has thrown fans like myself who are sick of the redundant status quo a bone in the months following WM. 2010 we wound up with the angle of the year with Nexus and the greatness that was the mastermind heel Wade Barrett. 2011 we were treated to the angle of the year that was the uncertainty surrounding Punk's contract situation and turned into the summer of Punk and the feud of the year with Punk/Cena. So who else is looking forward to what WWE has up their sleeve after all of the Wrestlemania hoopla more than Mania itself?