By Kevin Hunsperger
@kevinhunsperger & @my123cents on Twitter
In 2011, the Rock returned to WWE Monday Night Raw and announced to the world that he was "here to stay." Many fans took his words to be the truth, while cynics like most us of who write wrestling blogs knew he wouldn't really leave Hollywood to return full time to the ring. I don't blame him for that. After all, in the first six months of 2013, the star had earned $46 million dollars. I have no idea how much he was making at the height of his wrestling career, but I'd imagine it was no where near that.
So the Rock had a few matches from late 2011 until his final (so far) encounter at Wrestlemania 29 against John Cena. The Great One even held the WWE championship for a few months, ending CM Punk's long talked about title reign of 434 days.
You know how this works (I hope). I present three statements, and you comment below by filling in the blank.
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1. Instead of bringing The Rock in to feud with and eventually put over John Cena, the WWE should have used the opportunity to push ______________.
2. The Rock wrestled legends like Hulk Hogan, Triple H, and Stone Cold Steve Austin. I believe his greatest match was ___________.
3. The Rock has done what so many other wrestlers tried doing in Hollywood, but with much more success. My favorite movie starring the Rock is ______________.
Thanks for participating.