The Rock won't be wrestling Triple H at WrestleMania 32

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WrestleMania 32 looks set to be the biggest 'Mania of all time, with Vince McMahon and the rest of the WWE looking to put on an amazing show to attract over 100,000 fans to AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas.

Seth Rollins' knee injury really put a spanner in the works as it forced the WWE to change two separate matches that they had lined up for the show.

That isn't the end of the bad news, however, as it looks like The Rock won't be wrestling at the event either.


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No Rock Return

According to a report from The Wrestling Observer, one of the matches that Rollins' knee injury ruined was for him to take on Triple H. That seems odd, with ongoing reports that HHH was set to take on The Rock in a continuation of their rivalry.

All this means that it looks increasingly more likely that The People's Champion will no longer be making a wrestling return to the squared circle, much to the disappointment of fans.

Insurance Problem

Apparently, The Rock has been barred from wrestling in the WWE by an insurance problem, as a movie that he will be filming in 2016 - at the same time as WrestleMania - are worried that he will get injured in the ring and become unable to film.

Unless something changes, Rocky will likely just be making an appearance in Dallas next year, not wrestling.

This could see him repeat his actions of last year, where he interrupted Triple H and Stephanie McMahon in the ring with the help of Ronda Rousey, who has also not been allowed to compete at WrestleMania 32 by her employers, the UFC.

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