-- The Miami Herald has an interview with Jerry "The King Lawler, hyping this Sunday's PPV. During the interview, Lawler was asked which WrestleMania match was his favorite to call. "One match that I really enjoyed calling was The Rock against Hulk Hogan [WrestleMania 18 in 2002 in Toronto]," Lawler revealed. "That was a match you thought you'd never see. I'd put that like a match between Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson. It was just something you thought would never happen, and it was a great match. As far as I'm concerned, of the matches I've seen, it was probably Hulk Hogan's best match ever, and The Rock was fabulous in it. So I thought that match was great."
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-- WWE posted this special Bending The Rules DVD feature with Edge:
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