• John Cena Wants To Work With The Rock In A Hollywood Movie
In recent years, John Cena has made the transition to a full-time Hollywood actor, like Old School WWF Legend The Rock did many years earlier, but Cena recently returned for his SummerSlam program with Roman Reigns.
After Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson did not exactly get along with his Fast & Furious co-star Vin Diesel very well, he sort of left the franchise (but at the same time continued his role in a spin-off) in recent years, while Cena became the new co-star in the latest movie, Fast 9.
In an interview with ComicBook, the 16-time WWE World Champion revealed that he would like to appear and co-star in a movie alongside his WrestleMania 28 & 29 opponent The Rock.
Here’s what Cena said:
“You know me. Ready, willing, and able. And answering the phone whenever it rings. I’m good. I think that the excitement is starting to build with fans, whether you talk about the conversation of Fast, or you talk about now the DC Universe.
I don’t want to say we’re on a crash course and it’s inevitable. I want to, because I’m a fan. But we’ll see. We’ll see what happens. Tell me what he says.”
Cena also said that he’d like to see The Great One return to WWE:
“Dwayne Johnson is a star in his own universe. There is no one like him. There will never be anyone like him. For him to be gracious enough to return to WWE, it’s own global entertainment phenomenon, that’s great for WWE and it is great for The Rock.
As a fan of WWE, I really hope he returns. I think it would be special for everyone.”
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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (July 30, 1989) – NWA Main Event
On this day in 1989, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘NWA Main Event’.
This episode happened a week after the ‘NWA Great American Bash 1989’ PPV and featured pre-taped matches & storyline segments.
The card can be found below:
– The Ding Dongs vs. Fred Avery & the Enforcer
– Interviews w/ Terry Funk & Ric Flair
– Tommy Rich vs. The Iron Sheik
– Dick Murdoch & Eddie Gilbert vs. Norman the Lunatic & Bill Irwin