Saw a video on this, figured it would be fun to open up a discussion thread. It's pretty obvious that Rock/Cena will be the ME, but here's your chance to second-guess this decision. Should Chris Jericho vs. CM Punk be the main-event? It should be the match of the night, it's for the most coveted prize in the company, and it shines a huge spotlight on CM Punk if he goes over. What about Sheamus vs Daniel Bryan, shining the spotlight on two young stars? Should Undertaker vs Triple H (with Shawn Michaels) be the main event, with the streak on the line, giving Triple the opportunity to do something no man has ever done before? And if Triple H breaks the streak, how will anything follow it? The fans will riot! Not to mention the immense amount of star-power in this match with HBK involved. Should Rock vs Cena be the main event? Will this be the match we remember the most? How can anything follow a potential Cena heel turn or stunning finish? How can you not justify this being the main event with 2 of the 5 biggest stars in WWE History, a full year of build, and non-stop promo segments? Remember Wrestlemania 18? They put Rock/Hogan mid-card. What was the main event? Doubt you remember, but you do remember Rock/Hogan. Remember Wrestlemania 25, where they put Taker/Shawn Michaels mid-card, and there was no way anything could follow it? Remember Wrestlemania 3, where they put a classic Steamboat/Savage match mid-card? Which of these mistakes should WWE not do again? Discuss.