Could The Rock buy WWE?

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Could The Rock buy WWE?

The Rock wrote memorable pages of WWE history, becoming one of the most celebrated superstars of all time. Johnson has taken home a whopping 19 titles over the course of his career, including ten world titles. He has also won the Intercontinental Championship twice and the WWF Tag Team Championship five times.

The Rock holds the record for most appearances in the Raw and SmackDown main event. After departing from the Stamford federation, Dwayne successfully embarked on a film career. He took part in the film 'The Scorpion King' in 2002, which was followed by 'The treasure of the Amazon', 'Doom', 'Faster' and the 'Fast and Furious' saga starting from the fifth chapter.

The wish of the fans was to see him again at the Survivor Series 2021, where he would have celebrated the 25th anniversary of his debut in WWE. Due to his countless Hollywood engagements and health situation, The Rock didn't show up.

Recently, a photo of 'The Great One' having dinner with Nick Khan went viral. The strong bond between the two has led some experts to argue that The Rock plans to buy WWE someday. During the latest edition of the 'Drive Thru' podcast, Jim Cornette expressed his opinion on this topic.

Jim Cornette opens up on The Rock

“There are rumors that The Rock plans to buy WWE in the future, just because a photo of a dinner between him and Nick Khan has come out. I want to be very clear about it. I don't care how rich a movie star is, that's not the point.

The Rock will never use much of his dollars to buy a wrestling company. He is smart enough not to do such nonsense” - Jim Cornette ruled. A few days ago, Naomi spoke of a possible return of the 'Brahma Bull' to WWE: "I understand that people want to see The Rock in the ring again, but the truth is that he is too busy to come back to us."

The Rock is a 10-time world champion, while Nick Khan has become an increasingly influential figure in the company recently. He is seemingly being positioned to replace Vince McMahon as the Chairman of WWE. Meanwhile, Nahnatchka Khan is the creator of Young Rock, a TV series based on the Hollywood star's upbringing around the wrestling business.

WWE celebrated the 25th anniversary of The Rock's debut last month, with the majority of the promotion for Survivor Series being dedicated to The Brahma Bull. However, he did not appear on the show despite it being the original plan. The Rock was away filming the second season of Young Rock.