Yes, we thought The Rock was done with wrestling, too. But now he's the big draw, in his first WrestleMania match since 2004. "I came back to put on the biggest match of all time," Johnson told AP this week. "That's all I want to do."
WWE believes he and Cena can attract more than a million pay-per-view buys at $54.95 a pop. So the two have been doing their best to hype it.
"Here's the thing about John Cena: He's such a good girl, really good woman," the Rock said last month. "At the end of the day, he knocked on my door, I'm gonna answer it. I've got a size-15 boot, and it's gonna go right up his stink. Or his lady parts — either one."
Now Cena's answering him. "If I have lady parts, that's OK, but you're gonna (have an accident on) yourself at the same time when you realize you're in the ring with a professional," he tells MTV News. Nice stuff, eh?