John Cena and Dwayne Johnson both returned to WWE last year, but Johnson didn’t make as many appearances as fans had hoped. Cena recognized the disparity in their schedules, stating that he was performing consistently while The Rock was only appearing on occasion.
Their present relationship evolved from their 2012 battle in WWE, which began when Cena accused The Rock of utilizing “wrist notes” during a WM 28 promo. Taking stock of what happened, Cena acknowledged in a recent interview that he mismanaged the matter.
John Cena accepts it was wrong to expose The Rock
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s success in Hollywood is unparalleled, and he is often regarded as the most successful wrestler-turned-actor. One name that comes close in terms of success outside of wrestling is John Cena, his WWE adversary.
Even though they were rivals on-screen, Cena accomplished a lot. He recently said that a novice mistake he made against The Rock still bothers him. The Rock’s possible comeback to WWE was also mentioned during Cena’s appearance on Logan Paul’s Impaulsive podcast.
Cena was questioned by Logan Paul about the possibility that The Rock had inscribed his famous quote, “Should The Rock sit at the Head of the Table,” upon his wrist. Upon more reflection, Cena acknowledged that his first statement was incorrect and not his intention.
Cenation Leader noted, “I didn’t know I was gonna do that. It was one of those things where it happened in the last minute and looking back at it, it was f*****g stupid.” He took the blame on himself saying, “I don’t blame him for that. I blame myself for taking advantage of that.”
Recalling John Cena and The Rock’s infamous promo
In 2011 and 2012, Dwayne Johnson, often known as “The Rock,” was involved in a significant rivalry with John Cena. Their animosity was fierce, as they fought frequently in the promos building up to their encounter at WrestleMania 28.
Cena delivered a big surprise to the 2012 RAW program airing on February 28th when he revealed that The Rock had been using wrist notes throughout their promos without scripting it. This caused genuine friction between them, which they ultimately resolved inside the confines of the ring.
Cena stunned The Rock one month before their WrestleMania showdown with that promo. The People’s Champion was angry at first, but Cena eventually apologized for not telling Rock and his mom about the unplanned incident. Although The Rock has an acting background, Cena’s unexpected move seemed to provoke a genuine reaction.
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