WWE Hall of Famer on The Rock's potential return



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WWE Hall of Famer on The Rock's potential return

Roman Reigns will face Brock Lesnar in the cartel match of the 38th edition of WrestleMania, which will take place over two evenings at Arlington's AT&T Stadium. The two had already clashed last year in Crown Jewel, Saudi Arabia, with the 'Tribal Chief' coming out victorious thanks also to the fundamental help of Jey and Jimmy Uso.

The rematch was supposed to take place on 'Day 1', the first pay-per-view of 2022, but Roman's coronavirus positivity upset WWE's plans. The 'Showcase of the Immortals' should mark the epilogue of this beautiful rivalry, which has kept fans glued to the screen for several months.

According to some experts, Vince McMahon would be willing to propose a challenge between Reigns and his cousin The Rock at WrestleMania 39. There would be all the conditions for a match to be handed down to posterity. A guest on the latest edition of 'Busted Open Radio', WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray expressed his point of view on the matter.

Bully Ray on The Rock

“A match between Roman Reigns and The Rock would have a thousand meanings. They are two legends that are part of the same family, a memorable story could come out. We are well aware of the importance of the Samoan dynasty and everything that comes with it.

I hope that WWE finally decides to set up a feud between the two of them, perhaps involving the various members of the Anoa'i family. There would be millions of possible narrative outlets” - explained Bully Ray. The latter also spoke of Goldberg: "WWE fans have been back in the arenas for some time now and there is a great atmosphere.

WrestleMania is approaching and fans are eager to enjoy the show. Some people dislike Goldberg's repeated appearances in the ring. Vince McMahon loves it, it's no mystery. Although he is now of a certain age, Bill still goes to the gym and keeps himself in great shape.

Vince is crazy about that kind of thing, that's why he gives him so many opportunities. At the same time, it must be admitted that Goldberg is a huge attraction. Every time he steps into the ring, that event never goes unnoticed."

Top Dolla certainly thinks so. In a recent appearance on Casual Conversations with The Classic, the 31-year-old gushed about what makes The Rock so great. The former WWE Superstar recalled The Brahma Bull opening the Super Bowl 56, stating that no other wrestling star is on that level: "If you put a list of top five performers of all time, Rock is definitely #1.

The Rock is the greatest wrestler of all time and it really is not debatable. Let me tell you why – The man kicked off the Super Bowl. There are not many events bigger than WrestleMania in the world, but the Super Bowl is definitely one of them.

For you to be standing on the field with a microphone, cutting a promo before the Super Bowl starts, you are a different echelon of star. There really has never ever been anything like that."