Kenta Kobashi will finally retire this May, 25 years since he debuted in AJPW. NOAH actually forced him to leave the company due to financial trouble, which also caused other five wrestlers decided to opt out of their contracts. Kobashi though chose to retire as a NOAH wrestler instead.
Great move for one of the greatest pro wrestler in last two decades, maybe ever.
but the one cena did where he jumps on the guys shoulders and then flips himself off while the other guy flips himself is something somebody with 12+ years of wrestling experience should be able to do.
Still though, for somebody who is billed as a powerhouse it's impressive.
I wonder if after last night's match if Vince and the board are wondering if they made the right decision in having Rock vs. Cena II. Punk vs. Cena could have been a great Wrestlemania Main Event plus you could have used The Rock to go against a few other people, The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, HHH, even Randy Orton(Possibly bring back the Legend Killer Gimmick)
i honestly didn't know cena was going to win and thought it was going to be a double KO with a triple threat match at Wrestlemania. Than i found out they want to put Punk vs Undertaker at Mania.
Even though the Rock vs Cena is headlining, that is a huge huge push for punk to face him, i mean look at the last superstars that have faced the undertaker. Triple H and Shawn Michaels, two of the biggest legends in WWE
Back to the Raw match, i think it turned the IWC and a lot of wrestling fans towards cena(go on wrestling forum . com and they've been praising the guy like crazy). The guy pulled out one of the best powerbombs ive seen since batista was around, a standing hurricanrana, copped a pile driver and it was one of the best story matches on Raw in a long time. MOTY candidate