What I mean is, who has the most riding on what happens at Mania? Who's career could be made or broken by the show? Who has the most to gain, or to lose? For Cena its the biggest match of his career. If he loses they really need to do it right because I think there's something to him losing credibility if he doesnt win. Also something else to consider in a more insular way is that I think if they have a disappointing match in any way, Cena will be blamed and it will be proof that he's not a worker after all. Rock its more about being able to still perform at his previous level in the ring. Also, on the business side the show being a disappointment in any way could raise a lot of questions about his real value, especially going forward after the dream match. Punk to me its more like, he SHOULD be in a position to make himself in front of a huge audience right now, but I dont think its that critical since he's cooled off since the summer. But still, I think the principle remains that there has to be some sort of "Come for the oldies, stay for the newbies" in the presentation, or else they'll just remain lost the other 11 months of the year. And Punk is still the best candidate for the adult male crowd to adopt as their new guy. And then it also depends on how much of a chance he gets, if he performs and if he wins. Bryan and Sheamus its a similar thing, only with less exposure. If they get a chance they could steal the show, if they dont they could be a real afterthought. Same also with Cody, although his depends less on time and more on booking and protection. Santino is getting more over every day with his new featured role and if he's booked strong in that match it could give him the credibility boost to take it further. The Miz, if the rumours are true and he does do something big on the show, will it work? Will it give him the spark back he had in '10? Or, if its something like running in on the main event, will people just reject it? Taker I put there simply on the idea of him retiring after the show, or even losing and then retiring, and how that affects his legacy if he doesnt go out with a bang, or if people reject some sort of screwy finish. Anyway, what do you think?