There is no doubt that The Rock is still regarded as of the most popular pro wrestlers in the history of the business, but his plans for a WrestleMania 32 match appeared to sabotage Sting’s debut against Triple H. He has competed against the best of the best as far as the world of professional wrestling. This includes someone like Chris Jericho, who has had several matches against The Great One. Roman Reigns vs The Rock major spoilers were also leaked previously.
Former WWE head writer Brian Gewirtz recently joined Wrestling Inc. for an exclusive interview on the day of the release of his new book, “There’s Just One Problem…: True Tales from the Former, One-Time, 7th Most Powerful Person in WWE.”
When asked whether MJF had ever been in talks with production company Seven Bucks Promotions, which is co-owned by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Gewirtz made it clear he is actually up for the idea.
“I think he’s immensely talented,” Gewirtz told Wrestling Inc. senior news editor Nick Hausman. “I would love to work with MJF on something … We touched base years ago. Literally years ago, and I’ve been following his career ever since. There has been no active talks of, like, ‘Hey, we got the MJF project in development, that’s why he’s not on AEW.’ That is not happening, but if the opportunity presented itself, I would definitely love to explore it.”
h/t Wrestling Inc