DALLAS – The Rock and John Cena have certainly come a long way since 2013. Back then, when WrestleMania XXIX invaded the New York/New Jersey area, the two icons were at each other’s throats, opponents in the night’s highly-anticipated main event match. During WrestleMania 32, however, it was Cena who would come to The Great One’s aid when The Wyatt Family ominously interrupted his announcement that the crowd at AT&T Stadium had broken the WrestleMania attendance record with 101,763 fans in attendance.

The Rock’s appearance started out fortuitously enough. After receiving a Texas-sized reception at AT&T Stadium, The Most Electrifying Man in All of Entertainment pumped up the WWE Universe in typical, charismatic fashion. The bond between the audience and The Brahma Bull came quickly and easily when he happily informed them that they had broken the WrestleMania attendance record, and by a sizable margin.

Apparently, though, The Wyatt Family took exception. Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan and Braun Strowman made their ever-eerie entrance and confronted The Rock, with Bray even threatening to “eviscerate” his newly-minted target. In response, an unfazed Rock referred to “The Eater of Worlds,” as Bray likes to fancy himself, as “The Eater of Hot Pockets.”

Things then took a turn for the dangerous when an energized and furious People’s Champion –   removing his shirt  and tear-away pants to reveal wrestling boots, tights and elbow pads – insisted they have a match. When the bell rang, it was Erick Rowan who faced The Rock on behalf of his family. Unfortunately for Rowan , The Great One leveled him with a Rock Bottom and won the bout in a WrestleMania record-setting six seconds.

It was at that moment The Wyatt Family decided to close ranks and surround the object of their scorn. Just when it looked as if The Rock’s future included a swampy fate, John Cena’s music hit. After a nearly three-month recovery from shoulder surgery, the leader of the Cenation made his unexpected appearance. He made his way to the ring to stand side-by-side with The Rock, and together they cleaned house with Rock Bottoms and Attitude Adjustments sending The Wyatts home with their collective tails between their legs.

For anyone who had witnessed their heated rivalry several years ago, seeing Cena and The Rock celebrate at the top of the WrestleMania ramp was an unimaginable scene. For true members of the WWE Universe, though, it was an amazing and unforgettable spectacle.


DALLAS – The Rock and John Cena have certainly come a long way since 2013. Back then, when WrestleMania XXIX invaded the New York/New Jersey area, the two icons were at each other’s throats, opponents in the night’s highly-anticipated main event match. During WrestleMania 32, however, it was Cena who would come to The Great One’s aid when The Wyatt Family ominously interrupted his announcement that the crowd at AT&T Stadium had broken the WrestleMania attendance record with 101,763 fans in attendance.

The Rock’s appearance started out fortuitously enough. After receiving a Texas-sized reception at AT&T Stadium, The Most Electrifying Man in All of Entertainment pumped up the WWE Universe in typical, charismatic fashion. The bond between the audience and The Brahma Bull came quickly and easily when he happily informed them that they had broken the WrestleMania attendance record, and by a sizable margin.

Apparently, though, The Wyatt Family took exception. Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan and Braun Strowman made their ever-eerie entrance and confronted The Rock, with Bray even threatening to “eviscerate” his newly-minted target. In response, an unfazed Rock referred to “The Eater of Worlds,” as Bray likes to fancy himself, as “The Eater of Hot Pockets.”

Things then took a turn for the dangerous when an energized and furious People’s Champion –   removing his shirt  and tear-away pants to reveal wrestling boots, tights and elbow pads – insisted they have a match. When the bell rang, it was Erick Rowan who faced The Rock on behalf of his family. Unfortunately for Rowan , The Great One leveled him with a Rock Bottom and won the bout in a WrestleMania record-setting six seconds.

It was at that moment The Wyatt Family decided to close ranks and surround the object of their scorn. Just when it looked as if The Rock’s future included a swampy fate, John Cena’s music hit. After a nearly three-month recovery from shoulder surgery, the leader of the Cenation made his unexpected appearance. He made his way to the ring to stand side-by-side with The Rock, and together they cleaned house with Rock Bottoms and Attitude Adjustments sending The Wyatts home with their collective tails between their legs.

For anyone who had witnessed their heated rivalry several years ago, seeing Cena and The Rock celebrate at the top of the WrestleMania ramp was an unimaginable scene. For true members of the WWE Universe, though, it was an amazing and unforgettable spectacle.