The Rock’s daughter and WWE NXT star Ava Raine recently took to her Instagram account and posted a series of pictures wearing fishnets. The caption read:
ashes, ashes, we all fall down.
Meanwhile, The Rock has been told to buy WWE amid the reports of company going up for sale. The Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund has agreed to buy WWE, and there is unsuspectingly a lot of concern amongst fans, talents, and personnel about the company’s future. The Rock has long been linked as a potential buyer due to his connections outside the squared circle. Bill Apter highlighted that Dwayne Johnson’s Seven Bucks Production company could realistically bid for the world’s most valuable pro wrestling organization.
Here’s what the Hall of Fame journalist told Dr. Chris Featherstone on Sportskeeda Wrestling’s WrestleBinge YouTube channel:
“You know what? I’m surprised that this thing with the company here, who I’m really surprised is not in on the bidding action unless there is bidding going on. Unless there is something going on that we don’t know about, and that’s the company owned by this guy named Dwayne Johnson. I mean, he would really be, and of course, it would be a lot more than seven bucks to purchase this, but he would really be an ideal candidate to take this company and leave everything as is.”