For years, the professional wrestling world has smelled what he’s been cooking and he’s also run roughshod over Hollywood. He’s been a heavyweight champion in wrestling and has become a box office heavy hitter as well and now Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has added a very special award from his alma mater to his collection.
Legendary wrestler and WWE commentator Jerry “The King” Lawler suffered a heart attack during Monday night’s live broadcast of “Raw” and was rushed to the hospital.
As the sun began to set over South Florida Sunday night, a Sun Life Stadium record crowd of 78,353 WWE fans descended on Sun Life Stadium for the once-a-year extravagana that is Wrestlemania.
Most people wouldn’t dare call chiseled WWE superstar John Cena any names, let alone “a bowl of Fruity Pebbles.” But in the lead up to their WrestleMania 28 “Once in a Lifetime” match Sunday in Miami, that’s exactly what The Rock told Cena he looked like.
The professional wrestling fans and stars have soaked up the sun all week in South Florida and Sunday will finally bring about the culmination of Wrestlemania week, Wrestlemania XXVIII.
The superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment showed a softer side Thursday while spreading an important anti-bullying message.
The professional wrestling world will focus its eyes on Sun Life Stadium Sunday evening for Wrestlemania XXVIII. The event will be headlined by a match that only Miami could pull off, The Rock versus John Cena.
It’s that time of year when Ferris wheels, roller coasters and elephant ears take on Miami. The Miami Dade County Fair is back in town and kicks-off its 61st annual Fair on Thursday, March 15. […]
Can you smell what the President…is cooking? Those very words may be uttered if Miami’s own Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson follows through on the comments he recently gave in an interview.
Wrestlemania XXVIII is still several months away from starting at Sun Life Stadium, but the annual event is already setting records.