-- The Miami Herald has an article looking at some of the business woes that WWE has been facing and how important WrestleMania is for the company financially. You can check out the article by clicking here.
-- The Miami Herald has another article focusing on the WrestleMania "Once In A Lifetime" main event between John Cena and The Rock. During the article, both Rock and Cena are asked about competing in the Rock's hometown of Miami, FL for Sunday's PPV.
"It is special to me and it's home," said Rock. "I've been down here since I was 18-years-old. This is a dream come true. Not only is it in a business that I love and grew up in, like professional wrestling, but more importantly than that, it is a [heck] of a way to give back to the fans. It's a [heck] of a way to give back to a business that I grew up in. Had it not been for the business I was in, I wouldn't be in the position that I am in today. It is going to be very special with 80,000 people going crazy at home."
Cena claims to be just as happy competing in Miami.
"I love the fact that this event is in Miami," Cena stated. "First of all, it's a fantastic city with wonderful people. Second, I get to beat The Rock in his hometown. There is nothing sweeter than that. He is going to have to walk the streets thinking, 'Man, I didn't get the job done.' He is going to have to live with that for a lifetime."
You can check out the full article by clicking here.