-- The Chicago Tribune also has an interview with The Rock promoting Journey 2. When asked if he was still involved with wrestling, he replied, "I quietly retired about eight years ago from the WWE, when I was still on top, to focus on acting, but I'm getting back in the ring for one night in April with the goal of creating the biggest match of all time. So, I'm training extra hard right now. For me, those wrestling roots run deep as my grandfather and my dad wrestled, and I love that form of entertainment. That's where I cut my teeth, getting into the entertainment business and doing it for 10 million fans every week." You can check out the full article by clicking here.
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