People seem to think that this Cena/Wyatt feud is dead, but I think that you can't be more wrong. First of all, I'd just like to point out that they wouldn't have started this feud unless they wanted to make Wyatt look good. Cena feuds do one of two things: make him look good or help him make someone else look good. If they wanted to make him look good, they could have given him a litany of other feuds which would have done that, which leaves us with the fact that they want Wyatt to look good.
Going into the Cage match, Cena has to keep doing stuff like he did on Raw. It's perfect. Cena looks like he doesn't see Wyatt as a threat, and that's how he needs to look. He has to be flippant and jokey because that is exactly what Wyatt is fighting. Cena has to act like he has already won.
Inside the Cage, Wyatt needs to beat Cena within an inch of his life without Cena doing anything dirty. (I know that there are no rules in a Cage, but Cena basically has to wrestle likes it's a regular match the whole way through, take the full highroad.) At some point, Cena has to get a quick flurry of offense and climb to the top of the Cage. He has to be at a point where he can clearly escape if he wants and then the camera has to pan to his face and we have to see a look of rage and anger come over him. It has to look like he wants revenge for the beating he took in the match. Whatever the closest thing to a monster is in John Cena, it has to come out. Cena does that flying legdrop that he does sometimes from the top of the cage and hit Wyatt. Wyatt must then proceed to beat the living hell out of Cena and get the pin.
On Monday, Cena cuts a promo saying "Well, I gotta face it, Wyatt found a monster in me, and look what happened, it got me beat. I've put that guy out, he's not coming back, now you just have good old John, love me or hate me, but whatever Wyatt brought out, that's gone because it's just not as strong as me!" This way, he gets to stay Face, and in fact, it basically turns into a moral lesson for the kids, which is perfect. It also makes it seem like it was a different guy who got beat, which keeps him somewhat protected.
Wyatt's promo has to be "I got what I wanted, I got that monster out of John and you all know it's there now. I've done what I meant to do and now I bid John Cena adieu." This way, Wyatt looks strong: he got what he wanted, and he got the win. Also, it means they can keep the serie at 1-1 instead of making it 3 parts, which would have ended with Cena going over.
Thoughts? Anyone wanna tear this up?