The Rock and Brock Lesnar’s canceled WrestleMania match’s specifics have been revealed.The Rock and Brock Lesnar’s canceled WrestleMania match’s specifics have been revealed.

The WWE WrestleMania 29 match between The Rock and John Cena may have gone differently if The Rock hadn’t sustained an injury.

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Following his defeat by Cena at WrestleMania 29 in New York City in 2013, The People’s Champion was the subject of further information in the most recent Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The Rock recently spoke up on the Pat McAfee Show about the injuries he suffered during that match, which were so severe that they caused a delay in Hercules filming. If that didn’t occur, The Rock was supposed to return the next year to take against Brock Lesnar, the wrestler who broke The Undertaker’s streak, according to Dave Meltzer. The idea was to mimic the Rock vs. Cena format, which called for a 12-month build-up between the two main eventers.

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Lesnar lost to Triple H at WrestleMania 29 and his act wasn’t as fresh when he came back to destroy John Cena in 2012. The build-up to the match was forgettable, and many anticipated Lesnar to be another feather in Undertaker’s cap, but it was Undertaker’s streak breaking that really brought Lesnar back into the spotlight as a major draw.

The alleged financial information regarding WWE SmackDown’s contract with the USA Network has been made public.

WWE has reportedly announced a huge five-year rights deal with USA Network to broadcast SmackDown on the network beginning in October 2024, according to sources from CNBC and the Wall Street Journal. Over the course of five years, the transaction is expected to be worth $1.435 billion, or an average of $287 million per year. This action is a part of NBCUniversal’s larger plan to broadcast live sports on its networks.

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