This past week, The Rock announced to the world that he would be at WrestleMania 32 in April this year. Questions have been raised since then wondering whether or not he will compete at the event itself.
One person who doesn't think The Great One will be wrestling at the show is WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross.
The former WWE commentator said on his own blog that he doesn't think The People's Champion will compete, but he hopes to be proven wrong.
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He said: "Exchanged emails with The Rock while in Miami as he's busy with a new baby girl and HBO's 'Ballers.' I know of no one who seeming stays as busy as the Rock in the world of show biz. He's a one man conglomerate who will be appearing at Wrestlemania Texas in April but I'm doubtful that he will be in a match but I hope that I'm wrong."
It has been reported in the past that The Rock will not be allowed to compete at the show due to insurance purposes from the movie company who he is making a film with around April this year, but a deal may have been stricken to bypass this.
One of the main reasons why so many WWE fans will be going to the show now is to see The Great One in the ring, so the company may look to capitalize on this as much as possible by inserting him into a match. Rumored opponents for The People's Champion include Brock Lesnar and Triple H.
There is also still a chance he could appear in a mixed tag match alongside UFC fighter Ronda Rousey against The Game and his wife, Stephanie McMahon, as this match was teased last year at WrestleMania 31.