As he saw the results, and looked the crowd, his face just showed pure betrayal. He was confused and upset that the Universe would put him in a situation where he was likely to get destroyed. He could have grabbed the mic and said something to that extent, but he didn't need to, the look said everything. He ended up winning the match by DQ, but was beat down after the match, and the show went off the air with Bray cradling his head and singing "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands." The whole legacy storyline didn't really resonate leading up to Wrestlemania, and never quite made sense. However, the way they're going now, with Bray rallying the crowd to his side instead of Cena, and Cena worrying about Bray turning the audience, now THAT makes sense, and both wrestlers have been playing it up perfectly.