Chances of The Rock Heel Turn

Discussion in 'RAW' started by PSachkovsky, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. Let's say that we will have Rock vs. Cena III, what are the odds of The Rock turning heel, just like he turned heel on Hogan back in the day?
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  3. Why do people keep talking about a possible Cena/Rock heel turn? There was a very slight chance of Cena turning last night but it didn't happen. After the match Rock congratulated Cena etc meaning he sure as hell isn't gonna turn.
  4. Wasted your time, because that isn't any lower than 0. :dawg:

    Yeah, none. Rock won't turn heel at all.
  5. Oh wow, I had never realized :pity2:
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  7. There's no chance rock would turn heel but how awesome would it be if he did? Rock played a great heel back in the day, it would make things more interesting imo

  8. Honestly the Rock was basically the same character as a heel or face back in the day, the only thing that changed was who he was talking shit to.

    In 2013 however his face character sucks dick. So a heel turn (while not happening) would be cool to see.
  9. "He's a legend! The crowd won't boo a legend!"
  10. If he doesn't dance and make a heel turn like Cena did in this week's Raw I don't really think it can happen
  11. Not anytime soon but if fans ever grew lukewarm to The Rock and grew tired of him coming back but then going away and started greeting him with lukewarm reaction, I believe a short term heel turn could work.

    That was kind of what fueled his heel turn a decade ago, because there was a backlash against his Hollywood career and the WWE went along with it and created his awesome Hollywood persona (it was actually Paul Heyman's idea, for the record.). Even then though, they couldn't help but start cheering him again just a few months later. Hell, he got cheered against Goldberg at Backlash 2003.