The dream match between Roman Reigns and The Rock continues to be a topic that holds court in the world of wrestling. Countless Hollywood engagements have definitely pulled The Rock away from WWE in recent years, a path followed almost similarly by 16-time world champion John Cena.
Earlier this year, Andrew Zarian announced the company's plan to bring 'Rock' back to the ring for the 2021 Survivor Series. The idea was to start building a storyline that would lead him to face Roman Reigns. at WrestleMania 38 in 2022.
However, the situation has changed dramatically since then. In fact, it seems that Vince McMahon's company has changed direction from a creative point of view and that the Tribal Chief will give life to yet another rematch with Brock Lesnar next year.
The two clashed at Crown Jewel, where Reigns came out victorious thanks to the fundamental help of Jey and Jimmy Uso. Guest on the latest edition of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Roman explored the possibility of one day challenging his illustrious cousin.
"Whether The Rock will return to the Survivor Series? It might be a good idea to celebrate the 25th anniversary of your WWE debut. However, I have not heard anything concrete about it. Although I am very close to The Rock, I do not have certain information on this subject.
I don't like to deceive the fans," confided the former member of the Shield. Many think that the Universal champion will dedicate himself to cinema once he retires from wrestling. "As for my future, there are no certainties at the moment.
I could keep fighting for another year or maybe five more, I have no idea. I let time take its course without worrying too much. Inside me, I still feel the desire to perform at the highest level. The cinema? Movies are different from wrestling, but still represent a form of entertainment.
It would be great to get into that industry. It's an experience that I don't feel like excluding."
Bruce Prichard reports on Triple H heart problems
As you all know by now, a few weeks ago Triple H underwent a heart surgery to fix a problem that the WWE COO had for some time and that in the last period had risked making him feel very ill.
Although this pathology has not been fully disclosed, it would seem to have seriously endangered the continuing in-ring career of the McMahon company's multiple world champion, with Hunter likely to retire for life from competitions, due to this uncovered heart problem.
Only now. Since the problem came up, HHH hasn't been seen in the WWE rings since the athlete and current executive of the family company is still recovering from the operation and its course, with the best of wishes being.
arrived from all over the world of pro-wrestling, both from WWE insiders and from all the big companies in the world. After worrying family, friends, colleagues and fans around the world, it appears that Triple H is making some very concrete steps forward, with Bruce Prichard, Vince McMahon's right-hand man in the WWE creative team at the time, who wanted to give some news regarding the health status of the Triple, in his latest speech to the microphones of AdFreeShows.
Regarding the health of the WWE COO, Prichard said: "He feels a lot better; he's making great improvements. He also moves well, mate. More power for him!" Apparently, after the operation, the athlete's movement had also been partially disabled, with the massive physique of the massive wrestler who was in absolute rest for weeks, as confirmed by Triple H himself in some tweets and some messages sent.
to fans and colleagues. Once again, from the entire WorldWrestling editorial team, the greatest wishes for a speedy recovery go to the COO of the Stamford company, with the hope that Triple H can get back to doing what he loves most, for as long as he wants, also in the federation rings.