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Triple H on whether he would wrestle The Rock again

Dwayne the Rock Johnson stares off against WWE superstar Triple H at WrestleMania 31 on Sunday, March 29, 2015 in Santa Clara, CA. WrestleMania broke the Levi’s Stadium attendance record at 76,976 fans from all 50 states and 40 countries. (Don Feria/AP Images for WWE)
Don Feria/AP Images for WWE

Triple H and The Rock are no strangers in the ring, but it has been some time since the two have locked up in the squared circle. Dwayne Johnson is a highly successful movie star and Paul Levesque is the executive vice president of talent, live events and creative for WWE. However, never rule out another meeting between these two Attitude Era icons.

“About two years ago, he and I did a backstage promo with each other where we talked about WrestleMania and the competitive nature of that and it lit the internet about the possibility of it,” Levesque said in a Facebook Live this month. “It’s something we’ve discussed. It’s just making schedules work. He’s pretty busy – me too – so it’s making schedules work.

“But look, right place, right time, I’ll dance one more time with ‘The Great One’, Rock.”

It’s hard to imagine a match of this magnitude taking place anywhere but WrestleMania, but if their schedules don’t accommodate that, SummerSlam could be a destination. Levesque made two things clear in the interview: He will wrestle again, and he’s still highly competitive with Johnson.

“See, it’s always competitive with Rock and I from the very start of our careers. Now he’s using Dwayne Johnson. They call me Paul Levesque. It’s all competitive. He grew a beard. I grew a beard. It’s all competitive,” Levesque said, courtesy of transcription. “Yeah, we’re just … it’s funny, he and I over the years we’ve had this interesting rivalry at a time in our lives when we were really trying to establish ourselves and make something. It’s what made WWE great and it’s what makes WWE great to this day, it’s that competitive nature.

“We’ve come to a point where we appreciate that competitive nature, but to this day, if he posts something at 4 a.m. on Instagram, he was working out, and I’m like, ‘oh man, I can’t take the day off today. I’ve got to train too. Rock trained.’ Yeah, I don’t know what it is. We’ve laughed about it with each other, but there’s still something about our relationship with each other. We get along great, talk business and the things that he does intersecting with WWE.”

Jaime Eisner is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Jaime is a director of content and growth for FanRag Sports. Prior to his current position, Jaime began as a writer for FanRag Sports’ Today’s Slapshot before becoming the Today’s Pigskin site manager. Jaime has also written for, Arizona Sports, KTAR, SB Nation and Arcadia News.

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