The Associated Press is featuring an interview with WWE Champion Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson where he talks about his rematch with John Cena at Wrestlemania 29 this Sunday. The article notes the business success of last year's match between the two at Wrestlemania 28 drawing 1.217 million Pay Per View buys and drawing over 78,000 fans to Sunlife Stadium.
"He's been the No. 1 guy in the company for many years now, and has managed to maintain a genuine, optimistic love for the business. Often times, inherently, what the business creates is pessimism over time, and unhappiness. John has been able to stay above that, not get lost in the garbage, and not get lost in the noise. He's very focused, very committed. There's an X-factor about John that moves an audience."
In what may come as a surprise to some, Johnson said he still hasn't decided if he will be involved at Wrestlemania 30 next year in New Orleans despite giving the impression he would when he was part of the event confirming the show.
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