I have one major problem with the Redemption storyline being used to hype up the Cena/Rock rematch: it didn't lead to the downward spiral that Cena claims it did. Cena basically went on as usual, and we all saw it. I was discussing with my brother earlier, and I think that I have a good idea on how Cena should have been booked for this storyline to work. So, Cena loses at Mania and Brock comes after him-so far, following TV. However, Lesnar defeats him and puts him on the shelf for a couple of months with a storyline injury. Lesnar is then outlawed from WWE, only to make random attacks, and demand a match with Triple H, the executive who issued the ban. [Lesnar then attacks HBK on Raw 1000, and this fires up Triple H enough to agree to the fight; Lesnar wins, earning his freedom to appear in WWE; however, he leaves, vowing to return once he has found a worthy enough to challenge him.] Cena returns after the downfall of the Laurinatis administration (taking suggestions on responsible parties in lieu of Cena), and enters MITB. He cashes in on Raw 1000, but loses (as per TV), and loses the rematch too. He then goes on a losing streak for the rest of the PPV's of the year, with maybe Ziggler commenting that he can't get the big one done anymore. He hits the wall with the TLC ladder match and AJ's double cross, and disappears for a few weeks until the Rumble, entering as a surprise entrant. He wins-breaking his losing streak. He then blames The Rock for the tailspin his career took-and the match builds until Wrestlemania.