The Rock Continues Rhetoric That He Could Have Worked His Last Match

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The Rock did a Q&A on Twitter Friday evening. In it, he continued with the rhetoric that his match at Wrestlemania 29 could have been his last, talked about his future schedule and confirmed he was asked to be in Transformers.

The following is from Twitter:


  • Why do you have to use the word “rhetoric” in your title? The title is very misleading and negative. Rock has every right to give hints that WM may have been his last match. He doesn’t need to hear grief about this.

    • opie

      Rhetoric = grief?

    • Guest

      rhetoric just refers to the type of language he is using. it has nothing to do with negativity or anything.

      • Right. Not sure why someone would think that would mean negative.

        • Matt

          Because this Justin Lal dude just hates on literally everything.Its pretty childish.

          • Chris

            Kind of how Everybody else on here shits on everything that the WWE does?

          • Matt

            Literally have no idea what you’re talking about. I don’t see how that relates to this post at all?

  • Matt

    Will John Cena be remembered as the man who ended the Rocks career?

    • Jamie

      Na Rock will be back

    • Kris Mystery

      And even if it is his last match you can hardly say Cena ended his career. A strange injury will be the cause…nothing more. You may not like Cena but he is professional in the ring and is very unlikely to injure someone.

  • Chris

    The new site blows!

    • What don’t you like about it? The old layout is still available here

    • 100% agree

    • Jeff Ono

      What a pathetically disrespectful and ungrateful comment, considering that you get to access most information for FREE. “Hey, Freedom of Speech, man.” No, that’s not the point. Just like it may be your right to chant “You Can’t Wrestle” at the arena, but it’s still disrespectful. Stop acting like 2-year-olds! At least offer Richard constructive criticism.

      • Thanks for this Jeff. Contrary to what some might think, I’m always open to input. My email box is just a click away.