Rock vs. Roman Reigns

The Rock vs. Roman Reigns At WWE WrestleMania 39, As Per Paul Heyman Was Never Realistic

The family-dream match between Roman Reigns, the undisputed WWE Universal Champion, and Dwayne Johnson will not take place at this year’s WrestleMania. According to WWE’s Paul Heyman, the match that has never taken place but keeps being mentioned every year during WrestleMania season hasn’t gained much traction.

Despite the persistent claims, he said in an interview that he never spoke to Johnson about the match. Heyman identified Johnson’s hectic schedule as a challenge, saying it would be challenging for him to find the time to get back into fighting shape with the XFL’s premiere, his promotional schedule, and other ventures.

The in-ring cardio required to perform and bring in in-ring shape is “two very different things,” according to the Special Counsel to Reigns, even though Johnson might be able to run a marathon right now. Heyman expressed sympathy, saying he doesn’t see how Johnson “would’ve had the time with these ventures at this particular period on his plate.”

As, it demands a certain degree of training that is unique to the sports entertainment industry. Heyman estimates that Johnson would require six to ten weeks of training before being “okay for the rest of the summer” because of the muscle memory he has accumulated over the course of his Hall-of-Fame-caliber career.

Dwayne Johnson Made $32.5 Million From His Roles In Two Films

The Rock admitted to having an attitude of “my plate is always full.” He was involved in a constant struggle between the demands of wrestling fans and his hectic Hollywood schedule. Having once been a part of DC’s ambitious plans for a superhero franchise, Dwayne Johnson has landed good parts in films like DC’s League of SuperPets and Black Adam. Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam, who played an anti-hero, had a passable box office performance. 

He made more than $20 million from it after experiencing early success. Dwayne Johnson made $32.5 million in total from his roles in two films. This year, he has more ambitious projects planned. The former wrestler turned actor is eager to take on new challenges, though: I used to think, “Well, my plate is full,” or something to that effect.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.